Monday night, Kennewick police came across what appeared to be a disabled vehicle, but ran into a problem. The owner left very little information on the papers inside the glove box, and now police can't locate them.

Police were on patrol near 9th and Olympia, and the small two-door truck caught their attention because it was parked pretty much in the lane of travel.

No phone number was listed for the registered owner, and when police stopped at the address, nobody answered the door. There was no other contact information to go off of either.

Unfortunately, because police couldn't find the owner or anyone else associated with the truck, it had to be towed to the police impound.

Authorities stress that if you're in a similar position with a stranded or disabled vehicle, they will be happy to help you get it moved properly rather than just leaving it in a place where it could be impounded.

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