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Trailers stolen from two businesses on Duncan Bay Road

A valuable trucking apparatus was stolen last week from a commercial yard on Duncan Bay Road.

RCMP were notified Saturday of the theft which had occurred over the previous few days.

The four-wheel coupling device is known as “jeep” and is used to form an “A” train. The jeep is worth approximately $35,000.

In a separate incident, sometime overnight on Jan. 20, a utility trailer was stolen from a commercial compound in Willow Point.

The trailer is dark blue, has no ramps, and has a solid metal deck with six-inch deck rail tubing. The B.C.licence plate on the trailer is UPN 32M.

Anyone with information on these thefts is asked to contact Campbell River RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

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