Biglake may be on to something there. It looks like a compact pickup like an S-10 or a Ranger.
I'd focus on the line around the box at the top of the fender. That looks unique like it could be a spray in or drop in liner.
There may be some glare from a chrome bumper, not sure.
There's no apparent rust or dents.
Look at the top of the tailgate. Is that one of those tailgates with a fold down ladder step? What are those points coming off the top rear of the tailgate?
You can't make out the fender decal, but you can make out how tall the decal is in relation to the line where the fender meets the bed rail.
Given how late it was, my guess would be they live nearby. Outside chance they could be weekenders as well given it was saturday night.
I'd do a little recon "after work" by driving around your neighborhood and looking for those clues. Then turn it over to the CO or sheriff. Without any tangible evidence beyond the pics, they may give you a case number and just "file" it. Noon time opening weekend you'd get a lot of looks at the trucks in the neighborhood. Even if you can't catch anyone, if the sheriff asks the right person some questions about trespassing and mentions their truck fit the description, it could be the shot across the bow that's needed to end that behavior.
Thanks for all the tips. SD.....you should be in law enforcement or a CSI investigator. Good observations. I am going to go looking around the neighborhood for a box like that. Not many trucks in this neighborhood that are not rusty or bent up.
As said....15 minutes is a lot of time on this parcel of land.
No prob. My job requires some investigative skills that I've had to hone over the years. I hope between all of us looking at it you can get enough to figure out who did it. It's very frustrating to see things like that after all a person gives to improve their ecosystem.
That person may or may not know they were caught on camera. If you do find the person that did it, it could be pretty easy to conjure up a confession followed by a bs excuse why they were back there. Here's how I'd frame the question: "Were you on a piece of property over by (Foggy's place) on Saturday the 25th around 10:42pm? Before you answer that question, understand that I may or may not have clear trail camera photos of the vehicle and it's plates when it entered at 10:42 and left 16 minutes later at 10:58."
The specifics clearly indicate you do have the photos. Should be enough to get someone to crack. What they don't know is how good your pics are. I'm guessing because you still have your camera, that they don't know they were photographed.
Looks to have some sort of writing on the exterior of the bed...back near the tail lights in both pics. Its a blurred dark line with light colored line about 2/3's the way up.....similar to how an F-150 has the "FX4" or "4X4" in a similar location....not saying its and F150.....but it looks to have some sort of marking there.