Stolen Car of Salt Lake Anchor is Found, Suspect is Not

Two days ago, FTVLive told you that KSTU Anchor Kerri Cronk became a news story herself when she and her family were a victim of a home invasion. 

A woman enter Cronk's home armed with a crowbar and demanded the families car. 

Police say that recovered the Honda Pilot stolen from the home but, not the woman who stole it. 

Someone spotted the vehicle Tuesday and reported it to the Sandy City Police Department, according to Unified police.

“Sandy police conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and took the two occupants into custody without incident,” a statement from the Unified Police Department reads. “Detectives from the UPD responded and took custody of the occupants and the vehicle.”

Brandon Woodford, who was driving the car, was arrested on suspicion of being in possession of a stolen vehicle and booked into the Salt Lake County Jail, according to police. They said the passenger was released.

The woman who stole the car has not yet been identified and should be considered armed and dangerous, investigators said.

The investigation into how Woodford allegedly came to be in possession of the car was ongoing Wednesday. Unified Police Lt. Justin Hoyal said detectives had good leads into identifying the woman who took the vehicle.

He said investigators believe Cronk's house was targeted at random.