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Two $200K RVs stolen from Tucson dealer, one still missing

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Suspects Gabriel Cunningham and Jesus Robles Suspects Gabriel Cunningham and Jesus Robles
TUCSON -

This past weekend, Freedom RV had several of its largest, most expensive models on display at the Park Place Mall. When they went back to get them on Monday, they found two were missing.

"I’ve got half a million dollars cruising around on a joy ride," said Devin Murphy, President of Freedom RV.

The keys had been locked inside. They think the suspects may have broken in through a window.

The first was found just a few hours later at an apartment complex near Fourth Avenue. The complex manager found it out of place and called Tucson Police Department. 

Police arrested 19-year-old Gabriel Cunningham. He has been charged with theft of a means of transportation and third-degree burglary. He also had a warrant for auto theft. He is being held on a $15,000 bond.

Jesus Robles, 20 years old, was also arrested. He was charged with unlawful use of a means of transportation (joyriding) and third-degree burglary.

More charges could be coming.

The vehicle was returned. The only thing out of place was the bedding. "They told the police they were planning to live in it," said Murphy.

The second RV, worth nearly $200,000, is still missing.

"If they don't know what they're doing, they can run over things," said Murphy. "They could do a lot of damage.”

Freedom RV is asking people to keep their eyes open for a gray Newmar 'Canyon Star.'

"Someone is going to find it in a neighborhood; it's going to stick out like a sore thumb. They don't blend in. It's big," said Murphy. "It probably won't be parked very well."

There may be only a dozen motor homes like it in Tucson. "So if you see it, chances are it may be stolen," said Murphy.  

If you see the RV, call police.

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