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Kimberley RCMP seek public’s help to recover UTV

Kimberley RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in recovering this vehicle, stolen from a Ta Ta Creek residence. - Photo submitted
Kimberley RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in recovering this vehicle, stolen from a Ta Ta Creek residence.
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The Kimberley RCMP received a report of a stolen 2011 Polaris Razor from Ta Ta Creek and trailer.

The owner of the UTV had advertised it on an internet buy and sell site.  He received a call from a potential buyer the night before inquiring about the unit and the location so he could come and view it.  Sometime overnight the unit was stolen.  Police have followed up on information given by the caller without success. Sellers should aware that this may be more than a coincidence.

The UTV is tan and black which are reported to be rare colours.  The trailer has been since recovered in Banff National Park. If you see the UTV or have any information as to its whereabouts please contact the Kimberley RCMP at 250-427-4811.

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