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North Cow/Duncan RCMP investigating theft of 2 fishing rods

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP are investigating a theft from a boat that occurred at the end of last month.

Police say a Duncan fisherman is missing numerous items from his boat that was trailered on Walcot St. overnight.

They include two custom made brown Hardy fishing rods with a black and silver reel.

Police say both had the inscription “Built for Big G” inscribed on the handle.


North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP say a truck travelling down a road in Chemainus last week lost its load after going over a bump.

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They add a nearby motorist recovered a table saw after attempting to alert the driver of the pickup truck by honking his horn but with no luck.

If you think this may be your property please contact the North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP office.


Local police say a ship’s wheel was recovered in an unrelated investigation and they are hoping to find the rightful owner.

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP say on July 25th a 24-inch diameter spoke wheel was seized that appears to belong to a boat of some sort.

They add they did not receive any information from the individual that was in possession of the wheel and are hoping a member of the public is able to assist police in identifying the owner.



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