Carrie Underwood’s husband Mike Fisher thanks Edmonton police for locating stolen truck

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Carrie Underwood’s husband Mike Fisher has taken to social media to thank the local authorities in Edmonton for tracking down his stolen truck.




The Cry Pretty star’s husband of nine-years took to Instagram on Thursday after his “truck was stolen in Edmonton Alberta,” as he pleaded for the public’s help to recover the vehicle.

In an Instagram Story post shared on Friday, the 40-year-old former professional hockey player revealed that his beloved “1975 Ford F250 crew cab truck” had been “FOUND”.

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“Thank you for all the help,” he penned, while making sure to send a special thank you to the Edmonton Police Service and the Edmonton Blues Society for their efforts.

Fisher had urged anyone that had seen the truck anywhere to either send him a direct message or contact Edmonton police, and Alberta resident Kaden Reinders – who sold Fisher the vintage vehicle in late May – revealed on his Instagram page that the truck was “located this morning” and that it is currently “being sent back on its way to Mike.”

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