Rangers at Whiskeytown are asking the public for any information regarding an extensive theft at Oak Bottom Marina.
The theft happened Sunday.
Thieves made off with 10 paddle boards (SUP Voyager, teal, 10'6" long), 14 paddle arms (SUP, aluminum, black), four Boss cd players (white), six CB radios (Ship to Shore), 10 marine batteries (Interstate, 24M-XHD), four Mercury propellers, one fish finder (Lowrance Hook) and two 10-gallon fuel cans.
The property belonged to Suntex Marinas, an authorized concessionaire of the park and had an estimated value of $12,000.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the investigators at (530) 941-6280.
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