Boat, boat trailer stolen from Bellevue found in Stanwood

This boat and boat trailer were stolen from Lake Sammamish in early May of 2014. - Courtesy photo, Snohomish County Sheriff
This boat and boat trailer were stolen from Lake Sammamish in early May of 2014.
— image credit: Courtesy photo, Snohomish County Sheriff's Office


Detectives with the Snohomish County Auto Theft Task Force (SNOCAT) recovered a stolen boat, boat trailer and travel trailer, worth a total estimated value of $44,000, after serving a warrant Aug. 21.

The boat and boat trailer were originally reported stolen from Lake Sammamish to the Bellevue Police Department in early May 2014. The travel trailer was reported stolen from the Lake Stevens area to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office in late May 2014.

The boat and trailers were located after someone contacted detectives and provided the location of the stolen items. After obtaining a search warrant, detectives located all three items on the back of the property at the 3200 block of 159th Place N.W., in Stanwood.

All of the stolen items were returned to victims Aug. 21.

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