Police seek missing trailer

  • Aug. 20, 2004 4:00 p.m.

Masset RCMP want a homemade trailer returned to it’s owner after it went missing from the entrance to the Port Clements Waste Disposal Site over the weekend between August 14 at 6 pm and August 16 at 8 am.
The trailer was parked outside the gate with a load of old furniture. Police made the owner leave the trailer there until he could get proper insurance and wiring. Possibly, someone believed the trailer was abandoned as there was no plate or lights hooked up. The owner is a local resident of Masset and Port and would like very much to get it back.
The owner of a blue 70’s GMC pickup truck from Port may know something about the trailer’s whereabouts. If you have the trailer, could you contact the Masset RCMP or Jim Bragan at 626-5441.

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