Kaslo RCMP are searching for a stolen utility trailer.

Trailer stolen in Ainsworth

RCMP say a utility trailer was stolen from the parking lot of Ainsworth Hot Springs resort early Saturday.

RCMP say a utility trailer was stolen from the parking lot of Ainsworth Hot Springs resort early Saturday.

It belongs to a construction company renovating the resort and contained building materials.

It’s described a a white 2008 Agassiz 14-foot enclosed cargo trailer, with BC license plate 37813C.

Cst. Ryan Archer says surveillance video captured the suspect stealing the trailer. The suspect vehince is a two-tone silver/dark coloured (possibly burgundy) full-sized pick-up truck.

Police are awaiting further analysis of the video to determine the make, model, colour, and license plate number.

Anyone with info should contact Kaslo RCMP or Crime Stoppers.

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