RCMP briefs: Stolen trailer found at campground near Revelstoke

Two men were arrested after the RCMP recovered a stolen trailer at campground near Revelstoke on Saturday.

RCMP arrested two men after a stolen trailer was located near Revelstoke.

Two men were arrested after the RCMP recovered a stolen trailer at campground near Revelstoke on Saturday.

“We had information reported to us about a trailer being stolen,” said Staff-Sgt. Kurt Grabinsky. “We were able to locate the trailer and the subjects who were in possession of it. They were charged with possession of stolen property and have a court date upcoming.”

He said the trailer was stolen a few weeks ago from Alberta.

“We get notifications of stolen vehicles and when we see those we patrol areas to find them,” said Grabinsky. “For stolen campers we’ll often go to trailer parks or campgrounds.”

SAR called to look for lost sledders

Revelstoke Search & Rescue had its first call out of the winter when it was asked to go looking for two snowmobilers who got lost on Frisby Ridge on Saturday.

Staff-Sgt. Kurt Grabinsky of the Revelstoke RCMP said they were notified of the missing sledders at around 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.

They were able to get the snowmobilers’ coordinates and SAR was dispatched to find them.

“By 11:30 p.m., everyone was back in town at the SAR office and everybody was fine,” said Grabinsky.

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