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$10K reward set for stolen boat
By Kaylea M. Hutson-Miller • email@example.com
Posted Jul 27, 2018 at 2:00 AM
Officials with Arrowhead Boat Sales in Grove have set a $10,000 reward for the apprehension and conviction of the person or persons who stole a 2018 tritoon from the store in Grove.
Rick Craven, manager, said after store officials discovered the tritoon missing, the reviewed surveillance video.
Footage indicates the suspect took the boat at approximately 5:28 a.m. on Monday, July 16. He was driving a late model, white or light colored four-door truck.
The suspect appears to approach Arrowhead Boat Sales from the southside of Littlefield’s Bait and Tackle at 5:17 a.m. The driver stopped the truck in front of the boat, gets out of the vehicle briefly, and then pulls out heading south on Highway 59.
The video then shows the same vehicle returning to Arrowhead at 5:22 a.m., backing up to the boat, and then pulling out of the parking lot less than five minutes later, with the Harris tritoon in tow.
The boat, trailer, motor package is valued at $95,000. It is described as a 2018 Harris 230 Grand Mariner, black with deep red accents. It has a black anodized railing and is 23-feet long.
The serial number is HAMP3703B818. The Mercury 300 PRO engine has a serial number of 2B539755 and the Relco tandem axel trailer has a serial number of 1ROBB2825CC008086.
Crraven said the tritoon is one of the most popular boats store officials sell. Surveillance footage indicates other vehicles traveling on same section of Highway 59 at this time include a Bernice Sanitation truck.
As of press time, no arrests have been made in the case. Persons with information are asked to contact the Grove Police Department at 918-786-6121 or Arrowhead Grove at 918-786-8800.
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