A photo of the stolen trailer that was posted on Facebook by a friend of the victim’s family. (Facebook)

Trailer stolen from Eagle RV in Keremeos

The trailer was removed from the Eagle RV Park on Dec. 12.

Keremeos RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in tracking down a stolen trailer.

Thieves removed the trailer from its parking spot in the Eagle RV park on Highway 3 in Keremeos during the night of Dec. 12.

The trailer is a 27-foot 2016 Forrest River Salem model, which at the time of the theft had B.C. licence plates attached, reading WHA-27K. RCMP believe the plates may still be attached.

According to a friend of the family who publicly posted about the theft on Facebook, there may also be slight damage to one of the sides of the trailer, which allegedly occurred when it was stolen.

If anyone spots the trailer, or has information regarding its location, they are encouraged to call RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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