following boats have been reported to Stolen Boats Canada as "found".
These boats may have gone adrift from their moorings or have been
stolen but not yet reported as such. Your assistance is appreciated
in identifying the owners of each vessel.
O'Brien Polywog plastic tender found by Vancouver
Police Marine Unit - Owner unknown
The Vancouver Police Marine Unit is attempting to locate the owner
of a 1982 eight foot O’Brien Polywog plastic tender. The vessel
was found abandoned in Heather Civic Marina, in False Creek, Vancouver,
on April 23rd 2018. Please contact Constable Perry
Fiedler of the VPD Marine Unit if you are able to assist. File
Lund with trailer found in Langford area -
Constable Brewer of the RCMP West Shore Detachment is attempting
to locate the owner of a vessel in the Langford area of Vancouver
Island. The vessel is an aluminum/burgundy Lund, 16-18 feet, with
center console, hard top and a 50 hp Yamaha engine. The vessel is
on an EZ Loader trailer. If you are able to assist, please contact
Pelican Kayak found by Mission RCMP - Owner unknown
On April 10th 2018 at approximately 0930 hrs, the Mission RCMP seized
a 12 foot Pelican Escape 120x kayak from a subject on the Lougheed
Hwy for safe keeping. The investigating member is attempting to
determine the lawful owner of the watercraft. The kayak also contained
a PFD and a paddle. If you can assist, please contact the RCMP Mission
Detachment or CRIMESTOPPERS (1-800-222-TIPS). or the Mission RCMP
(Non-Emergency 604-826-7161). File 2018-3896.
Information Requested - Seabright Inflatable recovered
in False Creek, Vancouver, BC
The Vancouver Police Marine Unit is requesting assistance in identifying
the owner of a Seabright Inflatable that was located adrift late
July or early August 2017. The vessel had been found adrift in the
False Creek- English Bay area following one of the nights of the
Celebration of Light, and was towed into False Creek by another
boater for safe keeping. The vessel has only now been brought to
the attention of VPD Marine Unit. If you can assist in identifying
the vessel and its owner, please contact Constable Jamie
Information Requested - recovered tenders near Richmond
The Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue – Station 10 Richmond,
is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying two tenders
that have recently been recovered in the Strait of Georgia area
off Richmond BC. RCMSAR units throughout the BC coast are actively
on the water prepared to respond to marine emergencies. Stolen Boats
Canada recommends that owners of tenders and small craft mark their
contact phone number, and that of an emergency contact, on their
vessel to assist search and rescue units to contact owners of vessels
found adrift in order to determine if a search for missing persons
is required. Please contact RCM-SAR Station 10 at http://rcmsar10.org/
if you can assist in identifying these vessels and learn how you
can help support the RCM-SAR program.
Necky Amaruk kayak found near Nanaimo, BC
The RCMP Nanaimo is asking for the public’s assistance in
identifying the owner of a teal blue Necky Amaruk kayak that was
found in the Nanaimo area. If you can assist with this investigation,
please contact Constable Michael
Eckert at the Nanaimo RCMP Detachment. File 2017-18584. Non
Aluminum vessel found in Belcarra Park, Coquitlam
On March 3, 2017, Corporal ABELS and other members of the Coquitlam
RCMP Rural Policing Section, located a 10 foot aluminium car topper
just north of Belcarra Park near the water in/out take for the water
pump. The exterior of the boat is red, and was covered in green
algae. Located inside the boat were two wooden paddles, a square
black metal crab trap with a blue rope and an empty blue antifreeze
container as a float. The boat also had blue rod holder clips attached.
The boat was seized for Safe Keeping. If you can assist in identifying
this vessel, please contact the Coquitlam RCMP. File 2017-6616.
Non Emergency 604-945-1515
Canoe found adrift in Georgia Strait, BC
On October 10, 2016 members of the Royal Canadian Marine Search
and Rescue (RCMSAR) located a yellow canoe adrift approximately
2 nautical miles Northwest of the Sands Heads in the Strait of Georgia
off Richmond, BC. The vessel was transferred from the care of the
RCMSAR to the Richmond RCMP. The canoe had no markings. If you can
assist in identifying this vessel, please contact Constable Marco
Sallinen of the Richmond RCMP. File 2016-36996.
Kayaks found in Stanley Park
The City of Vancouver Park Rangers have recovered several kayaks
abandoned in City Parks and Stanley Park over the past few weeks.
The vessels are being held by the Vancouver Police Department for
Safe Keeping and identification of the lawful owners. If you recognize
any of the kayaks below, please contact Cst Tammy
Hammell at the VPD Marine Unit.
2003 Current Designs kayak found in Stanley Park
The Vancouver Park Rangers have located an 18 foot 2003 Current
Designs “Storm” kayak. The kayak has been turned over
to the Vancouver Police for safekeeping and identification of the
owner. Please contact Constable Jamie
Gibson of the VPD Marine Unit if you can assist in this investigation.
Operator Located for overturned vessel in Fraser River,
The Richmond RCMP have confirmed that they have identified and located
the owner of the 10 foot Riviera found overturned in the south arm
of the Fraser River July 22nd by RCMSAR. The vessel owner was able
to safely swim to shore after his vessel had over turned. Thanks
to everyone for their assistance.
West Kelowna RCMP recover pontoon boat drifting in
Okanagan Lake - owner unknown
On July 4th 2016, a 23 foot Home Built Pontoon boat was found drifting
in Okanagan Lake near the William Bennett Bridge. The West Kelowna
RCMP attended and recovered the vessel that was adrift with the
keys in the ignition. The previous owner was contacted and advises
that the vessel had been sold years earlier. Investigators are attempting
to locate the current owner to determine the circumstances of the
vessel being adrift. If you can assist, Please contact Constable
Ryan Smith of the
West Kelowna RCMP Detachment at 250-768-2880 file 2016-37603.
Vessel found drifting in False Creek, Vancouver, BC
On August 6th 2015 at approximately 5:30 am, a citizen cycling along
the seawall near Granville Island observed a male clinging to the
side of a row boat in the waters of False Creek. The male was rushed
to hospital suffering from hypothermia. The Vancouver Police Marine
Unit is attempting to identify the owner of the vessel the male
was drifting with and are asking the public for assistance. Please
contact Constable Murray
Cummins if you can assist. VPD File 2015-144661
Z-Ray II-300 Inflatable found on Okanagan Lake - Kelowna,
Constable Ryan Smith of the RCMP Kelowna Detachment is looking for
assistance in identifying the owner of a 9' “Z Ray II-300”
Inflatable, HIN CN-JILK0053C108, recovered on July 3rd 2015 washed
up on the shore, semi deflated, south of Rattle Snake Island on
Okanagan Lake. If you can assist, please contact Constable
Smith. File 2015-35718.
Aquamarine Inflatable found near Pitt River - Ridge
The RCMP Ridge Meadows Detachment is looking for assistance in identifying
an 8 foot gray Aquamarine Inflatable with a 12 hp Haswing outboard
recovered off the McQuarrie Road area of the Pitt River. (Between
Port Coquitalm and Pitt Meadows). If you can assist, please contact
Constable Paul Duff
or phone the Ridge Meadows RCMP (Non-emergency phone 604-463-6251).
Paddle Board found adrift in English Bay, Vancouver,
On Sunday October 26th 2014 at 5:30 pm, the Vancouver Police Marine
Unit was alerted to a report of a possible person in distress in
waters off Spanish Banks in English Bay. At 5:40 pm members located
a “STARBOARD” Inflatable model Paddle Board adrift in
the heavy swells. An exhaustive search by the Canadian Coast Guard,
Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue and the VPD Marine Unit
was unable to locate anything further. Police are requesting assistance
identifying the recovered paddle board and request that persons
contact 911 immediately if they believe they may have knowledge
of anyone who may have run into peril in connection to this event.
Vancouver Police Marine Unit File # 2014-194747
Constable Dave Horne/ Constable Rich Jean
Two Abandoned tenders found in False Creek, Vancouver,
The Vancouver Police Marine Unit is reminding owners of moored vessels
in the Vancouver area of an ongoing issue of the theft of tenders
and auxiliary engines. Further, it appears tenders are being utilized
by suspects to enter marinas and vessels at anchor, to break into
vessels. The unit recovered two abandoned vessels, October 13th
and 15th , and are asking for assistance in identifying them.
1) October 13th – Delphin Inflatable white and blue. Located
abandoned south side False Creek, east of the Cambie Bridge.
2) October 15th – Plastic 6 foot cathedral hull dinghy abandoned
on shoreline between Kits and Jericho. Make unknown. “OK BOAT”
in black letters on sides.
Contact Vancouver Police Marine Unit, Constable Jamie
Gibson at 604-717-9094.
1978 Century found adrift near in Lower Pitt River,
Department of Fisheries and Oceans officers working in conjunction
with the RCMP Coquitlam Rural Policing Unit are attempting to identify
a 1978 Century that was located in the Lower Pitt River area in
the Maple Ridge – Coquitlam region. If you can assist with
this task, please contact Cst. Colin
Kent of the RCMP Coquitlam. Coquitlam File 2014-23278.
2001 Zodiac Zoom found adrift off Jericho Beach, Vancouver,
On 2014 08 14 Canadian Coast Guard 506 retrieved a vessel adrift
approximately 600 feet off Jericho Beach. The Vessel was subsequently
seized by the Vancouver Police Marine Unit for identification. The
vessel is a 2001 Zodiac Zoom 11 foot inflatable equipped with a
15 hp Honda outboard. Please contact PC Dave
Horne if you can assist in this matter. VPD File 2014-143457
Bost Whaler found near sunset beach, Vancouver, BC
On April 12th 2014, a 15 foot Boston Whaler washed ashore at Sunset
Beach in False Creek, Vancouver. At the time, the area was receiving
20-25 knot north westerly winds. The vessel appears to have been
being used to salvage copper pipe and wire. A Stihl chainsaw was
also located on the vessel. The vessel was equipped with an older
Johnson 60 hp outboard and a Mercury 9.9 hp outboard. Both engines
were located mounted to the transom with their cowlings removed.
It appeared parts were being swapped between the engines. The information
associated to vessel license 13K73560 does not appear to be current.
All lines were secured on the vessel, showing no sign of the vessel
breaking free from or being untied from its mooring. If you have
any information on this vessel or a missing person associated to
this or similar type vessel or recovery of a body in or adjacent
to the waters in the Strait of Georgia, Queen Charlotte Channel
and associated waterways, please contact Constable Jamie
Gibson of the Vancouver Police Marine Unit.
with trailer located by Edmonton Police - owner unknown
Detective Alf Normand of the Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft
Unit is looking for information on the Reinell pictured below. The
vessel is believed to have been stolen in Alberta in the summer
of 2013. It is believed that the cabin visible in the photo of the
Volvo Drive may help identify the theft location. Please contact
if you are able to assist.
Polarkraft found by Edmonton Police
In late November 2013, the Edmonton Police Service recovered several
vessels and engines that were stolen from the Edmonton and outlying
areas. The EPS is requesting assistance in identifying the remaining
vessel, a 2005 PolarKraft. Please contact Bryan
Kincheloe or Insurance Bureau of Canada Investigator Gary
Kreitz if you can assist.
2008 Pelican Canoe found by Vancouver Police near
The Vancouver Police Marine Unit is looking for assistance in identifying
the owner of a red 2008 Pelican Explorer DLX 14’ canoe. The
vessel was spotted overturned off Brocton Point in Vancouver Harbour
on August 7th 2013 at approximately 2 pm. An exhaustive water and
shoreline search by Canadian Coast Guard, RCMSAR and the VPD Marine
Unit only turned up a paddle believed related to the canoe. The
paddle was an aluminum shaft with a white poly blade and was one
half of a kayaking paddle. Please contact Cst
Jamie Gibson or Cst Murray
Cummins at 604-817-1946.
2011 Aquamarine found by Vancouver Police
Police Marine Unit is looking for assistance in identifying the
owner of a yellow 2011 Aquamarine, eight foot inflatable. The vessel
was located off the mouth of False Creek following the Celebration
of Lights July 27th 2013 but was not turned over to police until
July 28th. Please contact Cst Steve Kempton or the VPD Marine Unit
at 604-817-1946 if you have information regarding this vessel. VPD
Westminster Police seek owner of recovered Titan Inflatable
Constable Rusty Roest of the New Westminster Police Marine Unit
is requesting assistance in identifying a recovered Titan Inflatable.
The vessel was recovered with a Mercury outboard that has been identified
by Detective Phil Ens of the Vancouver Police Auto Theft Enforcement
Unit. The vessel, however, remains unidentified. Please contact
Constable Roest at (604) 525-5411 if you can assist. File # 2012-18385.
Police Marine identify owner of
1997 Zodiac P420 found adrift
The Zodiac recovered on August 3, 2012 adrift off Cates Park by
Canadian Coast Guard Crews from Kitsilano Base has been identified
and returned to its owner. Constable Alan Mah of the Vancouver Police
Marine Unit wishes to thank everyone for the continued assistance.
VPD File # 2012-121749. (link
to original bulletin).
Police seek owner of found Spitfire
The Vancouver Police Marine Unit is attempting to identify a recovered
Emotions “Spitfire” Kayak and paddle. If you can assist
in this investigation, please contact Constable Heather Montgomery
at 604-817-1946. File 12-15791
Harbercraft Aluminum boat found in Pitt Meadows
On October 7, 2011 at 0859 hours Ridge Meadows RCMP received a complaint
from a Metro Vancouver Parks employee, who stated he had found a
1989 10ft Silver/ Red Harbercraft Aluminum boat in the water near
Harris Road and Fraser Way in Pitt Meadows. Ridge Meadows RCMP has
taken charge of the vessel. Please contact Cst Colin
Ryder (604-463-6251) if you can assist with identifying this
Sailboat found in Nooksack River
Lummi Nation PD have located a sailboat in the Nooksack River, just
upstream from Bellingham Bay. The vessel is tied off to two trees,
and according to local fisherman has been there for over a week.
The location and circumstances suggest the boat may be stolen. There
is no hull identification number, boat name or other information
to help identify the boat. If anyone has a case involving a missing
sailboat, please contact Officer Faustino "TJ" Perez at
360-384-0945. File Number 11I04127.
Boat and trailer found in New Westminster, BC - owner unknown
New Westminster Police attended the intersection of Duncan Street
& Boyd Street, New Westminster at approximately 6 pm on September
18th, for a report of a 16’ abandoned boat & trailer.
The boat is a Cobra, believed to be mid 1970’s or 80s, and
the motor is a 140HP Johnson. The engine has been repainted black,
and the hull is repainted silver. Cst Russ Roest of the New Westminster
Police is asking for assistance in identifying the owner so the
vessel can be returned. NWPS 604-525-5411 File Number 2011-17377.
Request - Canadian Coast Guard Environmental Response Unit
The Canadian Coast Guard Environmental Response Unit responded to
a call of a vessel washed ashore in the Saanich Inlet area. The
vessel posed an environmental hazard and was immediately extracted
from the water to mitigate the threat to the surrounding habitat.
Crew members on scene inspected the “Lady Patricia”,
a 1975 24 foot Fiberform cruiser, and believe it was scuttled. The
Canadian Coast Guard is requesting assistance in order to return
the vessel to its owner. Please contact Senior Response Officer
Daniel Reid of the Canadian Coast Guard Environmental Reponse Pacific
Region at 250-363-3841 if you can assist with this investigation.
found by VPD Marine Squad - owner unknown
Vancouver Police Marine Unit is attempting to reunite a 2006 Aquamarine
Inflatable with its owner.
On August 24th an Aquamarine 230 inflatable, approximately 7 feet
in length, drifted into the False Creek Yacht Club under the Granville
Bridge in False Creek. The vessel was secured by staff of FCYC and
police were contact. Please contact Constable Rob
Holland at 604-817-1946. File Number 2011-136819 if you can
RCMP recover stolen PWC - owner unknown
The Chilliwack RCMP recovered a 1997 Bombardier Sea-Doo and trailer.
The HIN has been removed and the craft subsequently painted red.
It is believed that the original colour was white and purple. The
secondary HIN was located however it was last registered in 1999.
Please contact Constable Layne Penner of the Upper Fraser Valley
Regional Detachment Crime Reduction Unit at (604) 792-4611 if you
can assist in the identification of this vessel. RCMP Chilliwack
Pacific Inflatable recovered from Fraser River
New Westminster Police have recovered a 9’ ‘Southern
Pacific’ ridged hull inflatable from the Fraser River in the
Delta / New Westminster area. The seizure is part of an ongoing
investigation. Constable Greg Smith of the New Westminster Police
Department is requesting assistance in identifying the rightful
owner of the vessel. Please contact Cst Greg
Smith (604-525-5411) if you can assist. NWPD File 2011-7808
Requested by Elk Valley RCMP on abandoned Four Winns
In July 2010, a 1990 Four Winns Horizon 200 ski boat and trailer
was abandoned in the Duty Free parking lot near the Canada USA border
crossing at Port of Roosville. The Port of Roosville crossing is
located north of Eureka Montana and South of Fernie BC. Cst Milo
Melwood of the RCMP Elk Valley Detachment has queried the vessel
in Canada and the USA with negative results. Cst Melwood was able
to track down a previous owner of the boat that stated he sold the
boat in Montana approximately 10 years previous. The vessel is a
20’ teal and white 1990 Four Winns Horizon 200. Vessel License
1H24963, HIN 4WNMF227H990 with an OMC Cobra 260 HP inboard/outboard
motor. Please check your local data bases for any records of this
vessel and contact Cst Melwood if you can be of assistance in identifying
Elk Valley Detachment - RCMP (250) 425-6233 Cst. Milo MELWOOD General
Meadows RCMP seek information on pontoon barge
Constable Tony EEFTINK of the Ridge Meadows RCMP Marihuana Enforcement
Team is requesting assistance in identifying a pontoon barge that
has been abandoned in the South Alouette River in the Pitt Meadows
area. The barge appeared approximately 3 weeks ago and was associated
to a stolen outboard motor. If you have any information that could
be of assistance please contact Constable Eeftink at Ridge Meadows
RCMP (604-463-6251 ext.6101). File 2011-7887.
Catalina moored in Tsehum Harbour, Sidney, BC has been identified
With the assistance of members of the Marine Intelligence Group
which is comprised of law enforcement agencies in the USA and Canada,
the vessel pictured below abandoned in Tsehum Harbour, Sydney BC,
has now been identified. The assistance of all involved is greatly
to original bulletin from April 22, 2011)
RCMP seek assitance in identifying vessel owner
Constable Mike Gallagher of the RCMP Penticton Detachement is looking
for assistance in identifying a 1980’s era vessel and trailer
found dumped in Okanagan Lake in the Penticton area. The vessel
appears to be a gold 17’ fiberglass 1980’s vintage with
chrome lettering on the dash and rear quarters “Islanders”.
Canadian Vessel License 1K 5766. Please contact Constable Gallagher
RCMP Penticton at 250-492-4300, File 2011-3905 or Tom Detlor Receiver
of Wreck Office Transport Canada, Marine Vancouver at 604-775-8867.
RCMP seek assistance in identifying vessel owner
TThe RCMP Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment Crime Reduction
Unit has seized a 1991 Misty River 18’ open aluminium boat.
The vessel and trailer are believed to be stolen. The vessel is
equipped with a mercury outboard and EZ Loader trailer. Members
determined the machine gun mounted on the bow to be a replica. The
vessel is known to have been actively used on the Fraser River in
the Chilliwack area. Constable Layne Penner is requesting assistance
in identifying the rightful owner of the vessel and trailer. If
you are able to assist or have any information pertaining to the
activities of this vessel, please contact Constable Penner at the
RCMP Chilliwack Detachment 604-792-4611, File 2011-9910.
found adrift in Fraser River
The Richmond RCMP is requesting assistance in identifying the hull
of a vessel located in the Fraser River along River Rd in Richmond.
The red fibreglass hull apppears to have been in the water for some
time. Only markings on the boat are 2240626. Please contact Cst.
Graham MORGAN of the Richmond RCMP (604-278-1212) with any information
that may assist. File #2011-3405
inflatable with 1980's Honda engine found adrift in Pitt Lake
The Coquitlam RCMP has recovered a Sumoto inflatable 10' dinghy
with a 1980's Honda 4 stroke engine adrift in the Pitt Lake area.
Attempts are being made to identify the vessel’s owner. If
you can assist in this investigation, please contact Constable Matt
POITRAS of the Coquitlam RCMP Ruural Section at 604.945.1550 File
Whaler Revenge found by Gabriola Island RCMP
Constable Mike Reid of the RCMP Gabriola Island Detachment is looking
for any information on this 22' Boston Whaler Revenge, specifically
confirm the ownership of the vessel. If you can assist, please contact
Constable Mike Reid
Requested - Abandoned Hourston found near Friday Harbour
On 2010 October 8th Bob Gough of the Office of Navigable Waters
-Transport Canada contacted Stolen Boats Canada regarding a 16’
Hourston that was abandoned on the beach in Friday Harbour in the
San Juan Islands, USA. The vessel is displaying a Canadian Vessel
License and is believed to be stolen from Vancouver Island or the
lower mainland. If you have any information on this vessel please
contact Jeff Asher
of the San Juan Sheriff's office (360-378-4151) or Constable Jamie
Gibson Vancouver Police Marine Unit (604-817-1946).
found by VPD Marine Unit identified by Sewell's Marina
With the assistance of Eric Sewell and the staff of Sewell’s
Marina in Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver, the Polaris Inflatable
seized in False Creek on September 24th 2010, has been identified
and returned to its owner. The VPD Marine Unit appreciates the continued
assistance and support of the marine community. VPD File 2010-165080
Requested - Polaris Inflatable found by VPD Marine Unit
Vancouver Police Marine Unit is looking for information to assist
in the identifying the owner of a 10’ Polaris inflatable located
in false creek on September 24, 2010. The vessel is white with blue
and pink bands and is powered by a 40 hp Nissan. The vessel had
three 10 litre gas cans aboard. Please contact Constable Bill Clarke
or Jamie Gibson at 604-817-1946. VPD File 2010-165080
International tender found adrift off Cowan Point
Vancouver Police Marine Unit is requesting assistance in identifying
a Steveston International 8’ fibreglass tender equipped with
a bilge pump and battery. The partially worn off name “Prime
Plus Half” is visible on the stern. The vessel was recovered
adrift off Cowan Point on October 11, 2009 by a Canadian Coast Guard
crew from the Kitsilano Base. Contact Constable Jamie
Gibson Vancouver Police Marine Unit 604-817-1946 in you have
any information on this vessel (VPD File number 2009-212710).
and White kayak found adrift in Howe Sound
Vancouver Police Marine Unit is requesting assistance in identifying
a red and white 12’ Kayak of unknown make. The kayak appears
to have been hand painted white below the waterline. The vessel
was recovered adrift in Howe Sound on 2009 September 19 by a Canadian
Coast Guard crew from the Kitsilano Base. Contact Constable Jamie
Gibson Vancouver Police Marine Unit 604-817-1946 in you have
any information on this vessel (VPD File number 2009-212710).
Seacret Kayak found near Point Atkinson
Vancouver Police Marine Unit ask for your assistance in identifying
the owner of a yellow Seacret Kayak located along Caulfeild Rocks
near Pt Atkinson off West Vancouver. Contact Cst Rob
Holland or Cst Steve Kempton
(604-817-1946) if you have any information on this vessel (VPD File
Aquapro located adrift near Bowen Island
August long weekend (August 1-3, 2009) the Port Moody Police Department
located a vessel adrift near Bowen Island and Hutt Island. Contact
Cst Ian Morrison, Port Moody PD (604-461-3456) if you have any information.
Argon Kayak Found adrift off Sechelt
August 30 the VPD Marine Unit took possession of a 2004 Red Azul
Argon Kayak. This vessel was found adrift off Sechelt in July 2009
and attempts to locate an owner have so far been unsuccessful. Contact
Cst Jamie Gibson of the
VPD Marine Unit if you have any information (604-817-1946)
foot Caribe Inflatable found adrift in English Bay
This vessel was located damaged and adrift in English Bay
in late July 2009 by the Vancouver Police Marine Unit. Vessel is
a 1992 9' Caribe, HIN EMD9X021D292 with a 9.8hp Nissan outboard
(s/n 20315). Contact CST Graham
Webb at the VPD Marine Unit 604-817-1946 if you have any information.
of boat subsequently located thanks to bulletin from Stolen Boats
Manitou Sea Kayak recovered
On 2009-02-03 this vessel was found floating in False Creek
by the Canadian Coast Guard crew from Kitsilano Base. The vessel
had a single rowing paddle aboard (not a kayak paddle), leading
police to believe it may be stolen. The VPD Marine Unit are attempting
to identify the owner. Contact CST
Steve Kempton or CST
Rob Holland at the VPD Marine Unit 604-817-1946 if you have
Dinghy "Fletcher Flagship" recovered
On 2009-02-03 this vessel was recovered by the VPD Marine
Unit and is believed to have been used in vessel Break and Enters
in the Coal Harbour area. This vessel is believed to be stolen and
the VPD Marine Unit are attempting to identify the owner. Contact
CST Steve Kempton or CST
Rob Holland at the VPD Marine Unit 604-817-1946 if you have