Longboards stolen during daytime break-in

Agassiz couple hold out hope that longboards will be returned

They know it’s a long shot, but a couple who had their longboards stolen are hoping they’ll be returned to them.

The pair of longboards — longer versions of an average skateboard — were stolen during a break-in on December 2, in the 5000 block of Limbert Mtn. Road in Agassiz.

One is a Paradise brand board, with sunset colours on the bottom, and a black silhouette. The other is a Sector 9 Hillbomber, black with gold graphics on the bottom.

Also stolen during the break-in was a large, flat screen television, a laptop and a computer.

The couple called The Observer to ask for help finding the longboards in particular, as they quite expensive to replace.

RCMP say the break-in and theft happened between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Friday, December 2.

Sgt. Stu Falebrinza said anytime someone sees suspicious activity, it’s a good idea to report it to the local RCMP office, by calling 604-796-2211.

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