Sicamous RCMP are on the lookout for a 19.5-foot Silverline Nantuckett ski boat and trailer

Sicamous RCMP report thefts from multiple vehicles

Sicamous RCMP are reminding residents to lock up after receiving five reports of theft from vehicles.

  • Nov. 16, 2016 12:00 p.m.

Sicamous RCMP are reminding residents to lock up after receiving five reports of theft from vehicles.

The thefts, from unlocked vehicles parked in driveways, occurred between Nov. 3 and 5.

Sgt. Murray McNeil said loose change, sunglasses, a wallet and a purse were among the items taken from the unlocked vehicles.

The thefts occurred overnight and were reported on Kappel Street, Maple Street and MacLean-McPherson Road.

“Police are again reminding residents to remove valuables from their vehicles and ensure that doors are locked,” said McNeil.

Boat stolen

A 19.5’ Silverline Nantuckett ski boat and trailer was reported stolen on Nov. 12 from a vacant lot on Seed Frontage Road.

The trailer license plate was UMC-49P. Anyone with information on the boat’s whereabouts or persons responsible are asked to contact Sicamous RCMP.

 

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