OPP Looking for Assistance in Identifying Theft Suspects

(NORTH KAWARTHA TOWNSHIP, ON) – On April 13, 2021 members of the Peterborough County Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were called to investigate a theft incident which occurred at a storage facility on Jack’s Lake Road in North Kawartha Township.

On April 11 at 6:11am the suspects entered the storage facility by cutting a padlock off a locked gate. The suspects stole a boat, motor and trailer.

The boat is a 2019 black 14 foot Lund 1400 Fury SS bass boat bearing Hull Identification Number (HIN) LBBJC399A919 and an Ontario Registration of ON6911121. The motor is a black 25 horsepower 4 stroke Mercury ELPT25 bearing serial number OR900451. The boat and motor were on a 2019 black Shorelander B14 boat trailer bearing Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) 1MDA5AP15KA671741. The boat was winterized with blue shrink wrap.

The first suspect is described as male, Caucasian, average height, slim, wearing work boots, camouflage shorts, dark hoodie with a symbol in the middle and a ball cap.

The second suspect is described as female, Caucasian, shorter height, slim, wearing boots, blue jeans, red shirt and a long black coat with a hood.

The vehicle used in the theft appears to be a black 2007-2009 Mazda CX7 with chrome trim around the side windows and a full roof rack with crossbars. The exact make and model of the vehicle is uncertain at this time. (See attached photos)

The value of the theft is estimated at approximately $25,000.

Investigators are actively looking for information that may lead to the arrest of the suspects in this case. Police urge the public to call in tips on this case, or others, to the Peterborough County OPP at 705-742-0401, the non-emergency line (888) 310-1122 or to Crime Stoppers.

To serve our province by protecting its citizens, upholding the law and preserving public safety.

Peterborough County OPP values your contribution to building safe communities. If you have information about suspected unlawful activity, please visit Crime Stoppers at: stopcrimehere.ca or call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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