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Refer to our website for listings of stolen boats, engines, and trailers. These lists are posted at no charge to the owner or to the investigating agency, and are intended to assist the owner and law enforcement agencies in the recovery of stolen items and to protect prospective buyers. This list is not to be considered a comprehensive list of all stolen boats, engines and trailers, but we do post all items we receive. If you locate any of the items posted on these webpages, please contact your local law enforcement agency ASAP and also alert us to the items location.


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May 2, 2015 - 2006 Monterrey with trailer stolen from Langley, BC
On May 2 2015 a 25-foot 2006 Monterrey on a tandem dual axle trailer was stolen from Langley, BC. This vessel is off-white with a black canvas top, and is equipped with a Volvo engine. If you have any information on the theft of this vessel or it's current location then please contact your local police, Crime Stoppers, Chris Small Marine Surveyors (cell 604-671-3444 or 604-538-5509) or the Langley RCMP. Police File 2015-14263.

April 16, 2015 - Safe Refueling Procedures
Twelve safe Refueling Procedures
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April 12, 2015 - 2008 Wooldridge with EZ Loader trailer stolen from locked garage in Harrison, BC
On April 12 2015 a 17-foot black aluminum 2008 Wooldridge with 75hp Honda o/b and an EZ-Loader trailer was stolen form a locked garage in Harrison, BC. If you have any information on the theft of this vessel or it's current location then please contact your local police, Crime Stoppers or The Agassiz RCMP (604-796-2211). RCMP Agassiz File 2015-12631.
April 12, 2015 - Suspicious males at Richmond Marinas
Between Saturday night and Sunday morning, April 11th and 12th, two males utilizing an inflatable West Marine kayak and an 8’ plywood skiff were interrupted at Vancouver Marina prowling the area. The suspects fled by water and abandoned both vessels at the top end of Duck Island where they fled on foot with a large bag. A large pair of bolt cutters was left behind in the skiff. Over the weekend, an array of tools was stolen from the Pacific Gateway Hotel Marina (from the water side) – the two incidents may be related. Please review the photos of the males involved. Note the red writing/logo on the top of the hoodie. If you can assist in this incident, please contact the RCMP Richmond Detachment. (Distributed on behalf of Vancouver Marina)
April 8, 2015 - 2014 Ab Inflatable recovered by Vancouver Police with suspect in custody
On April 8th 2015 at 0600 hrs, a jogger on the seawall in False Creek observed a male in a inflatable checking out other tenders tied up under the Cambie Street Bridge. The jogger immediately contacted the Vancouver Police. Patrol units set up on the bridges in the area in an attempt to observe the suspicious vessel while the VPD Marine units moved into the area. After a brief search of the area between the Granville Street Bridge and the Cambie Bridge, marine units located the male off loading property onto the seawall from a 2014 AB Inflatable. The male was taken into custody. The vessel was immediately identified as stolen from a vessel anchored in False Creek.

April 7, 2015 - Stolen Vessel recovered through use of satellite tracking ATLASTRAX
On April 7th 2015, ATLASTRAX assisted in the recovery of a vessel that was stolen at 0045 hrs from Marsh Harbour, Abaco Islands, Bahamas. The suspects were unaware that their every move was being tracked by ATLASTRAX. ATLASTRAX made a live link for the owner and law enforcement and helped feed information to authorities as the satellites sent updates to the server. The suspects abandoned the vessel in shallow water and ran into the woods. No damage was done to the vessel. ATLASTRAX was able to assist with point to point latitude and longitude locations as the suspects moved the vessel. The vessel was back in the hands of the owners the same evening. After 100 miles and almost 13 hours at an average speed of 8.8 mph, ATLASTRAX was able to provide constant updates of latitude and longitudes to pinpoint and aid the owner, the US Coast Guard and Bahamian Authorities to recover the vessel. For information on ATLASTRAX vessel tracking systems, please visit their site. https://www.atlastrax.com/

April 6, 2015 - 2011 Defender 470 Rescue Inflatable with Evinrude stolen from Steveston, BC
Between April 3 and April 6, 2015 a 15-foot black 2001 Defender 470 Rescue Inflatable with Evinrude outboard motor and Karavan trailer were stolen from the Steveston/Delta area. If you have any information on the theft of this vessel or it's current location then please contact your local police, Crime Stoppers or Constable Bauman of the Delta Police Department. Delta Police File 2015-6454.
March 6, 2015 - 2011 Klamath stolen from Vancouver, BC is recovered in Surrey - engine still missing
On March 6th 2015, it was discovered that a 2011 16 foot Klamath equipped with a Yamaha 40 hp Outboard Jet drive had been stolen overnight from a compound near the south end of Granville Street in Vancouver. The vessel was recovered abandoned near Lien Road and 124th in Surrey, The engine and controls had been stripped from the vessel. Please forward any information that may assist in regards to this incident to PC Jamie Gibson VPD Marine Unit. Engine: Yamaha 40 hp Outboard Jet drive Serial Number 1054043. If you have any information on the theft of this vessel or the current location of the engine then please contact your local police, Crime Stoppers or Constable Jamie Gibson of the Vancouver Police Marine Unit. Vancouver Police File 2015-39811.
February 16, 2015 - 2006 Boreal Ellesmere kayak stolen from underground parkade in Vancouver, BC
Between February 12, 2015 and February 15, 2015 a white 2006 Boreal Ellesmere kayak was stolen from an underground parkade on Adanac Street in Vancouver. If you have any information on the theft of this vessel or it's current location then please contact your local police, Crime Stoppers or Constable Jamie Gibson of the Vancouver Police Marine Unit. Vancouver Police File 2015-26739.
January 8, 2015 - Seamax Oean 320 Inflatable stolen from Storage in Kamloops, BC
Between December 5, 2014 and January 8, 2015 a white and Grey Seamax Ocean 320 Inflatable was stolen in Hinton, Alberta. The suspect(s) left behind the aluminum floor. The (deflated) boat and airmat floor were rolled and kept in a white carrying bag, along with a pair of transom wheels and oars. Accessories such as digital electric pump and an under seat storage bag containing safety gear was also stolen. The vessel is equipped with a Minn Kota Endura C2 50Lbs trolling motor and Motomaster Nautilus AGM battery (Serial Number 9289055). If you have any information on the theft of this vessel or it's current location then please contact your local police, Crime Stoppers, or the Hinton RCMP. File Number 2015-31741.



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If your boat, engine or trailer has been stolen, report it to your local law enforcement agency.

We invite you to send us particulars and a photo of any stolen vessel, engine, trailer, or marine equipment. We will post it on our page at no cost to you. Please ensure to update us with the status of the items you send us.

 

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Phone: 778-229-6932
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