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Police seeking public assistance in locating stolen RV trailer

Penticton RCMP are hoping the public can provide them with some information regarding the whereabouts of a stolen travel trailer similar to the one pictured above.
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Police hope members of the public can help them recover a travel trailer stolen in the Similkameen last December.

Police spokesperson Const. James Grandy said in a press release issued today, Jan. 13, a 27 foot long Salem (Forest River) travel trailer was stolen from an RV park on Highway 3 in Keremeos.

The theft occurred sometime overnight on Dec. 12, 2019, and had B.C. license plates WHA27K on it at the time.

Police are asking anyone who sees  the trailer or has any information on its whereabouts to call 911 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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