SCIENCE HILL, Ky. (AP) -- Kentucky State Police say they have found 42 tons of fertilizer that had been reported missing from a company in Ohio.
Media cited police in reporting that a private investigator hired by Consolidated Terminals and Logistics in North Bend, Ohio, to investigate thefts from the company tracked a vehicle to Science Hill, in south-central Kentucky.
The security company called state police who went to investigate. Police spokesman Don Trosper said state troopers seized a tractor-trailer loaded with the fertilizer. Police said the fertilizer was worth about $21,000.
He said the fertilizer is a type used for farming and could not be used to make explosives.
No arrests were made. Trosper said the case would be presented to a grand jury.