STOLEN TRUCK – Help This Texas Family Recover Their Ford F-250

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Thieves targeting Ford Super Duty trucks continue to strike, this time affecting a family near Frisco, Texas.

What would you do if your primary means of transportation disappeared overnight? Unfortunately, a family from The Colony, Texas is having to deal with such reality today, after their Ford truck was stolen from their driveway on Monday night. As a result, we need your help.

The truck is a two-tone, blue and brown 2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty FX4. According to the owners, the truck features a Power Stroke diesel engine under the hood, and rolls on 20-inch aftermarket chrome wheels with a 4-inch lift. Presumably, the F-250 is a Lariat model given the factory leather seats.


Ford Truck Enthusiasts spoke with the Texas family to gather more information on the vehicle, with the hope of spreading the word and locating its whereabouts. They confirmed that the truck has a Texas Rangers (MLB) silver metallic emblem on the passenger side of the rear bumper, and a faded/torn Dallas Cowboys sticker on the opposite side.

Other key characteristics that could identify this truck are a “bubbling” chrome grille, and a relatively large dent directly below the FX4 decal on the passenger side. The dent can be seen in one of the pictures provided by the family. Lastly, the Texas license plate is CFZ9614.


Well-organized thieves who have targeted mid-2000s Ford Super Duty trucks continue to gain momentum. This is especially true in southern states, where trucks (or parts) can be quickly distributed nationwide or across the border. Sadly, most trucks like this exact F-250 can be stolen from driveways and parking lots quite rapidly — even when locked.

If you’re located near the city of The Colony, Lewisville, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Allen, or Dallas, please contact [email protected] with any pertinent information.

Stay safe, folks!

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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