Snowboard stolen from Hudson Bay Mountain in Smithers

A snowboard went missing on Hudson Bay Mountain on Dec. 28.

The RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in tracking down a tourist’s stolen snowboard.

On Dec. 28, it was reported that the snowboard, which was stored on the ski racks outside of the main lodge, went missing while the owner was inside.

The owner was visiting Smithers for the holidays and believes it was a theft.

The board is described as a black GNU brand snow board with a green and blue tree, has numerous Rayz Boardshop stickers, with white RIDE bindings.

Anyone with information on what happened to the board is asked to call the RCMP at 250-847-3233.

The RCMP are also taking this opportunity to remind skiers and boarders to keep an eye on their equipment and if possible document any serial numbers or descriptions which would be useful if stolen or lost.

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