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Odessa Man Arrested for Selling Stolen Property

ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

An Odessa man is accused of stealing a trailer and trying to sell it on social media.

Casey Burson, 22, is charged with theft after a man told police someone stole his  $4100 utility trailer in September.

Police say the man was looking on the Ector County Trading Post on Facebook when he came across his trailer for sale for $700.

On Monday, Investigators tracked the stolen trailer to a house on West 11th Street.

Burson reportedly admitted to trying to sell it.

Burson was arrested and charged with theft of property.

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