The proprietor of an organization that makes tiny properties in B.C. is providing a reward to anybody with details about two little homes that had been stolen from his property in Surrey early Tuesday morning.
Rolling Bear Tiny Properties proprietor John Beck stated simply earlier than 6 a.m., two suspects entered his 10-hectare lot on 152 Avenue with a U-Haul and pickup truck.
“[It was] completely deliberate,” Beck stated. “They got here in in a short time, they usually clearly would have needed to know the scale of the balls for the trailers, and it was achieved all inside four-and-a-half minutes.”
He stated he was taking the break day when he acquired a cellphone name from work letting him know the 2 models weren’t of their common spots. After checking the surveillance footage, Beck discovered that two unknown people entered his property at 5:55 a.m. and left with the 2 models.
“I am pondering of all the standard, onerous sweat and design and the time it took to construct these two models,” Beck defined. “My feelings are combined proper now, however I am making an attempt to remain constructive to seek out out who took them.”
Beck stated every of the models are about seven metres lengthy and 4 metres excessive. (John Beck/Submitted)
He stated the suspects drove southbound on 157 Avenue with the 2 seven-metre-long models.
“These are log-sided properties in a vivid type of orange, rustic stained color with a metallic pink roof on one and a metallic inexperienced roof on the opposite,” Beck stated, including that “these are going to face out.”
The log properties had locks on them and Beck was on the brink of set up a coded gate on the property when the theft occurred, he stated.
He’s providing a $5,000 reward for anybody with info on the whereabouts of the stolen models or the suspects.
Surrey RCMP Sgt. Elenore Sturko stated police acquired a report from Beck on the night of Dec.29 and though they do not have a lot info in the intervening time, officers are investigating the case.
Anybody with info is requested to contact the Surrey RCMP.