Stolen Trailer and Snowmobile Alert: Revelstoke - Stealth Trailer/Polaris Razor ATV/Ski-Doo

A witness observed a Chevrolet one-ton dually pickup enter the area and shortly after, departed with the stolen trailer.

Picture of snowmobile that was stolen.
One of two snowmobiles that were stolen from a residence in Revelstoke. Photo courtesy Revelstoke Crimestoppers

Revelstoke Crimestoppers is calling for your help in the recovery of these motorsports products and the trailer that housed them. On Sunday, December 9, 2018 at approximately 4:00 a.m. unknown culprits stole a 2016 Stealth Predator Trailer, black with grey, 23 foot long, Alberta license plate 5GA-101 with a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN#), 52LBE2324GE048384. 

Inside the trailer contained:

Picture of 2016 Stealth Predator Trailer that was stolen.
Picture of 2016 Stealth Predator Trailer that was stolen. Photo courtesy Revelstoke Crimestoppers
  • A red 2014 Polaris Ranger Razor 900XP with Alberta license plate, JDZ-64 with a VIN# 4XAJT87AOEF271127; and
  • A black with red 2015 Ski-Doo with VIN# 2BPSTDFC6FV001300.

These items were taken from the 1000 block of the Trans Canada Highway and Pine Road in Revelstoke, BC.

A witness observed a Chevrolet one-ton dually pickup enter the area and shortly after, departed with the stolen trailer.

If you have any information with respect to this theft or any information with respect to any other Criminal act, please contact the Revelstoke RCMP at 250-837-5255 or CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-222-8477/1-800-222-TIPS or visit their website at www.revelstokecrimestoppers.ca.

Case Number - RV2018-4379

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