Michigan State Police investigators are looking for a suspect who broke into a building on a residential property and stole rifles, tools, a trailer and a Polaris Ranger in Branch County's Butler Township.

Michigan State Police (MSP) troopers are investigating a residential breaking and entering that occurred between Sunday 9/8/19 and Wednesday 9/11/19 in the 1100 block of Clarendon Road in Branch County’s Butler Township.

Items stolen include several rifles, tools, a Kaufman flatbed double axle trailer (black in color with white rails) with a Michigan trailer plate of C495270 and a unique Polaris Ranger. The Polaris Ranger is orange with black trimmings and is lifted with 23 inch tires. The Ranger has a decal on the rear that reads “The Beast,” and it also has a black Under Armor decal on the passenger side front fender.

Anyone with information, or anyone who has seen these vehicles are asked to contact the Michigan State Police Marshall Post at 269-558-0500.

Warning: The image below may be upsetting for some but was the only image available of the stolen Polaris.

 

Courtesy of Michigan State Police Marshall Post stolen Polaris Ranger

Photo of the stolen Polaris provided by the owner to the Michigan State Police.

Courtesy of Google Satellite