Lake Cowichan RCMP confirm theft of golf bag and kit

Wilson brand golf bag was full of clubs and golfing equipment

Lake Cowichan RCMP has confirmed the theft of a golf bag, full of equipment was stolen at the end of last month.

The bag was a black and grey Wilson brand one containing a range of clubs and other equipment used for the game of golf.

“On May 24, 2014, sometime after 05:30 p.m. a black and grey Wilson brand golf bag full of clubs and assorted golfing equipment was stolen from the back of a black Chevrolet pickup truck,” said Cst. Andrew Burn in a press release to the Gazette.

The area in which the police believe the bag could have been stolen from is fairly lengthy, running all the way from the heart of Lake Cowichan, out to Honeymoon Bay.

“The theft occurred somewhere between the March Meadows Golf Club at 10298 South Shore Road, Honeymoon Bay, B.C. and the Riverside Inn at 56 North Shore Road, Lake Cowichan, B.C,” reads Burn’s release.

RCMP officers are actively searching for clues in order to have the bag returned to its rightful owner.

“The Lake Cowichan RCMP are investigating this matter and ask anyone with information to come forward and contact the Lake Cowichan RCMP at 250-749-6668 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.”

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