Help sought locating stolen Boy Scout trailer

WILDOMAR – A Riverside County Boy Scout troop is hoping someone might have information on the whereabouts of their stolen trailer, which was taken over the weekend, loaded with gear that the youths need for outings and ceremonies.

Wildomar Troop 332’s mobile storage unit was parked in the 21000 block of Wait Street when it was hauled away by thieves sometime Saturday, according to sheriff’s officials.

The theft was reported around 5:30 p.m., said Lt. Zachary Hall.

”The trailer was filled with camping gear, flags and miscellaneous Boy Scout equipment,” Hall said.

He said the 18-foot long white ICO Toy Box Trailer was clearly marked, with bold letters on each side identifying it as belonging to ”Troop 332 WILOMAR, CA.”

The 30-year-old trailer has a California license plate: 2-F-R-8-4-1-6.

”We’re asking for the public’s help to locate this trailer or the person that stole it,” Hall said.

Anyone with information was asked to call the sheriff’s Wildomar station at (951) 245-3357.

One Response to "Help sought locating stolen Boy Scout trailer"

  1. unknown   March 14, 2014 at 6:19 am

    if it hasn’t been found yet its already been chopped up and taken to the scrap yard.


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