Sea-Doo thefts have police asking for public’s help

The theft of two Sea-Doos from a driveway in Spallumcheen have Armstrong RCMP asking for the public’s help.

The theft of two Sea-Doos from a driveway in Spallumcheen have Armstrong RCMP asking for the public’s help.

Police believe the theft occurred between the hours of 6 p.m. Oct. 5 and 1 p.m. Oct. 6, as unknown suspects gained entry into a secure compound on Antoine Road.

A 2007 EZ Loader boat trailer, silver in colour, was stolen as were a 1998 green GTX three-seater Sea-Doo, 110 hp with no serial number obtained, and a purple and blue 2001 two-seat Sea-Doo with serial number 5535-ZZN54823L001.

Both Sea-Doos were mounted on the trailer when the theft occurred.

The estimated value of the equipment stolen is approximately $12,000.

Anyone with any information on the crime is asked to call Const. Komlos at the Armstrong detachment at 546-3028, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Tips can also be left on the local Crime Stoppers’ website,



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