Summit Ski Area hit by another break and enter

Summit Lake Ski Area might be short a few sets of skis, unfortunately, due to a break-in on Nov. 6.

Summit Lake Ski Area might be short a few sets of skis, unfortunately, due to a break-in on Nov. 6. The main lodge was broken into sometime the day or night before, and the side of the building was damaged during the break and enter.

Because inventory was being done at the time, it is believed that adult and youth ski equipment was stolen, but exactly what went missing is unknown. It’s thought some pairs of donated skis were taken.

This is the second theft of equipment from the ski lodge in the past year. A ski calibrator was stolen in March, another serious setback for the small non-profit ski lodge that services the community in and around Nakusp.

The Nakusp RCMP are asking anyone one with information relating to the break and enter to contact the Nakusp RCMP or Crimestoppers.


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