A Grand Junction man had his pickup truck stolen out of his driveway last night. Kyle Bishop is searching for his white Chevy 2500 with a black grill guard.

Kyle Bishop woke up this morning and noticed that something was missing. His truck wasn't in his driveway where he parked it -- his truck was gone. Someone stole Kyle's Chevy 2500 right out of his driveway last night.

We spoke to Kyle and he said that he noticed his truck was gone at 7 a.m. this morning and his neighbor's camera caught it all. His neighbor's camera caught a figure at 11:20 p.m. looking into cars on Kyle's street. (Kyle lives in the Fruitvale area, on Sycamore Street.)

His neighbor's camera then caught what appears to be just one person driving away in Kyle's truck at 11:23 p.m. He says this is his personal vehicle and thankfully he didn't have any personal/expensive belongings in there.

If you've seen a white 2013 Chevy 2500 pickup truck with a big black grill guard, black side trails and black Chevy emblems, contact Kyle Bishop or the police.

I can't believe people sometimes. The audacity of someone who just walks down a street looking into car after car, and then stealing their car from their driveway -- wow. This must be a terrible feeling for Kyle.

Imagine waking up for work, getting ready, and then when you're ready to leave, you find out that your car has been stolen from own driveway. If you've seen Kyle's 2013 Chevy 2500, let him or authorities know.