A message to boat thieves

As a family, we would like to send our heartfelt thanks to the selfish creeps who stole our ski boat from our Eagle Bay Road home

As a family, we would like to send our heartfelt thanks to the selfish creeps who stole our ski boat from our Eagle Bay Road home on Nov. 5, 2014.

Not only have you stolen our family memories, but you have chosen to do so on a critical day when we are gathered managing the final stage of our mother’s palliative cancer care.

We really appreciate being distracted from our family priorities to respond with ownership and insurance details because you have nothing better to do than spread grief for your own personal gain.

You are a heartless bunch of thugs who lack a moral standard. What you don’t realize is the wonderful neighbourhood watch effect on Eagle Bay Road that has supported us for almost 50 years.

In fact, you were witnessed scraping our boat and trailer away from our driveway and further up Eagle Bay Road and RCMP are hot on your tail.

We understand you scouted the location by breaking into our home on Oct. 21, so we’re asking residents to be on high alert to stop you from more thievery through increased awareness of such nefarious types. We hope that by spreading the word, no other family will be targeted by such a crime.

Anyone with information about our 2007 white Glastron 185 inboard ski boat with blue trim lines is asked to contact the Salmon Arm RCMP at 250- 832-6044.

The boat sports a grey cover, a Volvo Penta 4.3L engine and navy-blue cloth Bimini, and a now very damaged black EZLoader trailer with Alberta licence X02029.

If someone approaches you to buy such a boat, be warned, it is a hot property!

As we continue the bedside vigil to say goodbye to our mother and grandma, we hope you feel proud of your dubious accomplishment in that you have robbed us of both property and cherished family moments.

The Bulman Family

 

Salmon Arm Observer

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