WEST LIBERTY, Ky. - Construction on an eastern Kentucky school has been delayed by thieves who stole a trailer full of aluminum support bars.
WKTY-TV in Lexington reported the theft occurred at the construction site for Wrigley Elementary School in West Liberty.
The school is being built to replace a school destroyed in the March 2 tornado outbreak.
Contractor Brian Wells, owner of the Wells Group, said the trailer and support bars are worth $13,000.
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