Rare snowmobile stolen in Fruitport Twp.

Police are looking for a rare snowmobile reported stolen Saturday from the area of South Walker Road and Pontaluna Road in Fruitport Township.
Becky Vargo
Mar 4, 2014

The 2013 Arctic Cat “Tucker Hibbert Edition” was produced in very limited quantity and few were available in the West Michigan area, Fruitport Township Police said.

According to the Arctic Cat website, the Tucker Hibbert is a race replica machine. When the vehicle was announced with a press release in September 2012, officials said the manufacturer’s suggested retail price would be about $14,000.

Anyone with information on the snowmobile is asked to call Fruitport Township Police at 231-865-8477, or Silent Observer at 231-72-CRIME.

Anonymous tips may also be submitted online at www.silentobservermuskegon.com.

Police ask people to use this reference number if you submit a tip: 201400982.

Comments

bigdeal

If the pic is any indication of their intelligence, who in their right mind would let a 7 yo drive a $14k machine? I can just imagine how they took care of it, probably put it away every night, yeah that's it....

sirhansalot

Where in this artical does it say anything about a 7 year old ?

xxyyparent

There is a difference between riding and driving, looks like the child is riding possibly driving with the parent behind them. My 10yr old has his own sled, when children are taught how to drive its really no big deal.

FairThinker

Really?

FairThinker

Do you always talk out your butt bigdeal?

Interestedreader

does it have to stay hidden/stolen for seven years before for the insurance company to pay up, just wondering?

Barry Soetoro

This sled must belong to a Five-O to get this kind of press...

LessThanAmused

"A five-O"?

Care to explain that one a bit further Mr Barry? Lost me.

Barry Soetoro

They even use it in a sentence for you.....

http://www.urbandictionary.com/d...

LessThanAmused

Ahh, an Urban Dictionary thing...I never can seem to remember to look there first....wasn't sure if it had something to do with old people, cops, or whathaveyou.......

Barry Soetoro

As a bonus there are some interesting terms listed on the "Trending" on the left side of the page. I learned something new today -- and I haven't even seen Lani post yet. Imagine that.

LessThanAmused

Yeah, she hasn't been around much the last couple weeks. Maybe that never ending ping pong game with the vampire guy is finally starting to get to her. :-S

Oh and Barry, as soon as I hear the wording "trending" my ears slam closed. Just an old guy thing I suppose, but that is a word/phrase that needs to be killed off and added to that list that the kids up in the U.P. keep and update every year.

cj articcat1

some people i swear!!! if u look at the pic the sled is not even moving.so how can u say a seven year old is driving the sled?? n if its who i think it is that owns the sled hes one of the nicest people ull ever meet!!!!

Local74

Everyone knows 5-0 means a cop. DUH. Hawaii 5-0 remember. Anyway, you could be right, a officer does live real close. Less then informed. Lol GAHAHAHA

Local74

Your right cj. I think it's my neighbor.

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