Police are looking for information on a theft that included stolen items like this pressure washer.

RCMP seeking public help

PORT ALICE—Cops are looking for public help to track some stolen property and to nab the crooks responsible for the theft.

  • Oct. 5, 2011 7:00 p.m.

PORT ALICE—Cops are looking for public help to track some stolen property and to nab the crooks responsible for the theft.

The victim went to Port Hardy about 7 p.m. July 25 to visit his daughter and didn’t return home until the next morning.

That’s when he noticed his hand dolly in the middle of the driveway and, when he went move it, discovered he’d been robbed of nearly $13,000 in fishing-related gear.

The items swiped include:

• A 4000 psi, red-and-white Honda pressure washer, E10 390 $2000 (like the one pictured above).

• Honda Generator 5000 watt, red-and-white in color.

• An orange Husqvarna power saw that was in an orange plastic case.

• Two electric Scotty down riggers approximately five years old, “Wright” is engraved on them.

• A black-and-chrome Scotty prawn puller, also with Wright engraved.

• Two black salmon rods.

• Two black-and-gold Island reels.

• Two black halibut rods.

• Two Island halibut reels.

• Two orange Mustang survival suits, large and extra large.

• Two large and extra large black life jackets.

• A 2002 90-hp silver, long-shaft Honda motor. The motor was on a crate pallet and box, which were also stolen.

Anyone with information about the crime or the crooks is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

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