A tiny moving house was reported to be stolen recently by a woman based in Missouri. The house was later tracked down by Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and will shortly be returned back to owner. This living space went missing from St. Louis City.
Dave Marshak, the Jefferson County Sheriff tweeted that the house belonged to Meghan Panu and was built over wheels. It was tracked down by the dirt road located in wooden area of House Springs at Missouri. This location was around 30 miles from the place it was nabbed at St. Louis.
Panu, in her Instagram post mentioned that her house was nabbed somewhere between Friday night & Saturday morning. She also mentioned that the supply store building owner close to this area had allowed her the space to park till she moved it to the lot picked by her. During the weekend, Panu received a message from the owner of the store that her house was nowhere to be found.
As of now, the authorities haven’t identified the person who took away the house. Marshak also tweeted that the towing company will bring back the house to Panu at zero charges. Her reaction was evident from the Instagram tweet which mentioned the phrase “Tiny House Found” followed by the emoji of a lightning bolt.