A 200-foot radio tower was stolen in Alabama with no trace in sight

When cruising through Alabama, you’ll find a plethora of radio stations that cater to various music genres.

On Friday, Feb. 2, 2024, a radio station manager made a discovery – the tower, transmitter, and processors had been stolen, as reported by Yellowhammer News. Now, authorities and the YHN Network affiliate WJLX are seeking help from anyone who may have information about the stolen 200-foot AM radio tower.

Brett Elmore, the general manager, stated to Yellowhammer News that replacing the tower would incur significant costs for the business.

According to the article, it was stated that:

He (Elmore) says it’s Federal Crime to steal a radio tower and remains hopeful they find out who was responsible. The station is working to get temporary authority from the FCC, to continue broadcasting on their FM translator, while they rebuild their AM operations.

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According to a report by WVTM 13 News, individuals who may have any information are encouraged to get in touch with the Jasper authorities at 205-221-2121.

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