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Anyone missing a row boat?

This blue row boat showed up in front of a house on Shell Road. - Richmond RCMP photo
This blue row boat showed up in front of a house on Shell Road.
— image credit: Richmond RCMP photo

Anyone missing a boat?

On Thursday, Richmond RCMP released photos of a row boat that mysteriously appeared in front of a residence in July in hopes that the rightful owner is located.

On July 25 around 7 a.m. Richmond RCMP received a phone call from a woman in the 10000 block of Shell Road to report that a row boat mysteriously appeared in front of her house over night.

The boat appeared to have been dumped on the west side of Shell Road and is described as a blue 12-foot, two-person rowboat with a single paddle and wheels.  A serial number was located, but efforts at locating the owner by this means yielded no results.

If you are missing a rowboat & believe that the rowboat pictured is yours, call Const. A. Cheema at 604-278-1212.

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