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Police asking for help with West Nipissing trailer thefts

The Ontario Provincial Police crest in white with a police vehicle in the background and blue and red lighting. (File photo/Supplied/Ontario Provincial Police) The Ontario Provincial Police crest in white with a police vehicle in the background and blue and red lighting. (File photo/Supplied/Ontario Provincial Police)
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As part of an ongoing investigation, provincial police seeking the public’s assistance in locating two camper trailers recently stolen in West Nipissing and those responsible for the theft.

On Feb. 7 members of the Ontario Provincial Police’s (OPP) Nipissing West detachment responded to reports of the theft of two campers taken from a property on Eugene Road.

“Sometime during the evening hours, unknown person(s) attended the property and removed two camper trailers,” said police in a news release.

The trailers concerned are a 2012 White Catalina with Ontario plates X92 87W and a 2016 Heartland Torque T32 (stock images shown below.)

A stock photo of a 2012 White Catalina camper trailer. (Image courtesy of RVTrader.com)

A stock photo of a 2016 Heartland Torque T32 camper trailer. (Image courtesy of RVTrader.com)Police have also shared details of the theft investigation on social media and provided stock photos of the RVs in their request for assistance.

“Officers are seeking the public's assistance in identifying the individual(s) involved in the theft or possession of these items,” said police.

Anyone with information related to the theft or the location of the trailers is asked to call the OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or their nearest police authority.

To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers.

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