Thorsby police seek owner of boat found floating on Pigeon Lake

Thorsby RCMP seek public help in finding owner of boat found on Pigeon Lake

Police are trying to find the owner of a derelict boat found partially full of water on Pigeon Lake.

According to a press release from Thorsby RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Rob Gillies June 6, “Thorsby RCMP are seeking assistance in locating the owner of a boat which was found floating and full of water on Pigeon Lake by a member of the public on May 28th, 2019.

“The boat is described as a 14 ft aluminum boat with an outboard motor and oars attached.

“If you are missing or have information on this boat, please contact the Thorsby RCMP at 780-789-3951.

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