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Have you seen this car? Chick-fil-A delivery car stolen

Police say the location has two identical Kia Souls and they are looking for the one with Alabama tag 47A5R36.
Credit: Huntsville Police Department
HPD searching for stolen Chick-fil-A delivery car

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The Huntsville Police Department is looking for a stolen Chick-fil-A delivery car taken from the Chick-fil-A store located on South Memorial Parkway on July 23.

Police say the location has two identical Kia Souls and they are looking for the one with Alabama tag 47A5R36. If you have any information regarding the vehicle's theft, you are asked to call 256-722-7100.

HPD took to Facebook on July 27 to ask for the public's help locating the vehicle:

"HAVE YOU SEEN THIS VEHICLE? A 2020 Kia Soul was stolen from Chick-fil-A South Memorial Parkway on Friday, July 23.

The Chick-fila-A has two identical Kia Souls. Investigators are working to locate the one with Alabama Tag 47A5R36.

Have info about who stole it?   256-722-7100."

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS VEHICLE? A 2020 Kia Soul was stolen from Chick-fil-A South Memorial Parkway on Friday, July 23. The...

Posted by Huntsville Police Department on Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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In Huntsville and Madison County, you can text 911 if you are in an emergency in which you can’t speak, according to Huntsville-Madison County 911 Center Director Chris Tucker.

"Just pull up the text app in your smart phone, and key in 9-1-1 in the recipient field and key in your message, always put it in the location and the nurture of your emergency and click send," Tucker says.

If possible, calling 911 should be your first choice.

Tucker said this service benefits people who are deaf, hearing or speech impaired along with people in situations where it would be unsafe to speak, such as an abduction, home invasion or domestic violence.

The service is currently only available in English and for the following carriers:

  • AT&T
  • Verizon
  • T-Mobile
  • Sprint

Additionally, Tucker said to never use abbreviations or slang and that photos, videos, emojis, attachments and group texts are not accepted by text to 911.

"We want to ensure that no matter who receives the text message, that they understand and get you the help that you need," he says.

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