Thieves get away with boats and a trailer

(CNS): In the past two weeks, thieves got away with two private boats as well as a boat trailer belonging to the Ministry of the Environment in three separate crimes. Police are also still looking for ten missing vehicles reported stolen since the start of the year, including six motorcycles.

On Tuesday, April 5, police received a report of a stolen 33ft Dusky boat with a blue hull, white gunwale and powered by two black 250hp Suzuki outboard motors. The boat was stolen from a canal off Will Wallace Drive, George Town. He was last seen on Friday April 1 and was discovered missing around 7am on April 5.

CCTV footage shows the robbery took place shortly after 2.45am on Tuesday and two male suspects were involved. One of the suspects is dark-skinned and lean, and the other was light-skinned wearing red clothing. They arrived at the scene in a silver vehicle.

On the same day, police also received a DoE report of a stolen trailer, which was last seen at an address on Sea View Road, East End, on Monday morning and found missing at around 10am on Tuesday. This is a Continental 2000 aluminum trailer with a steel tongue and a trailer guide on the right side, designation DOE12 registration 83 887.

Police are also still searching for a 25ft Dory boat with a blue hull, red upper bow and interior with a gray 40hp Yamaha outboard motor which was last seen securely anchored on a mooring in the water off Sea View Road around 7 p.m. on Wednesday March 23.

Anyone with information about these stolen boats, trailers or any other stolen vehicles is asked to contact 911. Anonymous information may be provided to CHIN’s Confidential Information Line at 949-7777 or website.


Earnest A. Martinez