Thieves recently stole a tiny house in the St. Louis area. However, an anonymous tipster helped the police find the house and a local towing company was in the process of taking it back to the owner, free of charge, in light of the recently holidays.
The tiny home’s owner, Meghan Panu, had spent over two years and over $20,000 crafting the tiny home, which she planned to make her primary residence in the upcoming months.
She recently had the house parked near a corner, where she believes someone came up, hitched onto it and drove away in the overnight hours.
Panu had been giving Facebook updates since her house disappeared, but she was starting to lose hope after multiple false leads kept coming in. One even said they saw the house on the interstate heading to California!
We’re so happy that she was able to get her house back around the holidays. She has designed it to be as efficient and sustainable as possible, and everything was built with recycled materials. She is definitely doing her part to make the world a better place!
Unfortunately, there is still no work on potential suspects, but police continue to investigate.
Original article and Image Credit: Tiny Home From St. Louis Found in Jefferson County