The two stolen snowmobiles and the trailer they were attached to.

Updated: Two snowmobiles stolen from outside downtown home; another from Southside

Two Skidoo Summits stolen from outside Third Street West home in central Revelstoke.

The plague of stolen snowmobiles continues in Revelstoke, with two more sleds stolen from outside a central Revelstoke home sometime early Thursday morning.

The snowmobiles belonged to two visitors from the United States, who were staying with a friend on the 500 block of Third Street West.

According to the friend, Matt Yaki, the snowmobiles were locked up and the trailer was locked to the car. Sometime between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m. some thieves came by, cut the locks and made off with the trailer and snowmobiles.

The snowmobiles are a 2009 Skidoo Summit X with a 163″ track, and a 2010 Skidoo Summit with a 154″ track. They have Oregon and Washington license plates on them.

The trailer is described as two-sled tilt trailer with a 60-centimetre high shield in the front.

As well, a snowmobile and trailer were stolen from a home in Southside sometime late Tuesday or early Wednesday. It was reported stolen Thursday morning and found at the Last Spike historic site west of Revelstoke Thursday afternoon, said Staff Sgt. Jacquie Olsen.

Finally, two snowmobiles that were stolen from the Sandman Inn on Dec. 30/31 were found in Kelowna, said Olsen.

Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to contact the RCMP at 250-837-5255.

 

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