Boat stolen from storage unit near Shuswap Lake

The 2014 23 foot Centurion Enzo SV233 Royal Blue/ Metallic was stolen Nov. 21.

A 2014 ski boat valued at more than $100,000 was stolen from Ship Shape Shelter, on Hendrickson Road in Tappen, Monday, Nov. 21 at approximately 6 a.m. along with a trailer.

The vessel is described as a 23 foot 2014 Centurion with the HIN number: FINE9354A414, according to Crime Stoppers.

Both the boat and trailer were stolen from the storage area. The colour of the boat is a distinct two-tone metallic blue and black. The trailer is a black Centurion trailer. The boat also is equipped with a factory wakeboard tower which is blue.

The trailer was registered in B.C. and was bearing B.C. plate: UYX22C, said a RCMP release.

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 Salmon Arm RCMP, Salmon Arm Detachment at 250-832-6044.

The RCMP is currently investigating, said Sgt. Scott West.

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