Thieves made off with Yukon woman’s cabin: RCMP


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Oct 26, 2009
Thieves made off with Yukon woman’s cabin: RCMP
QMI Agency
First posted: Monday, October 20, 2014 10:59 AM EDT | Updated: Monday, October 20, 2014 11:13 AM EDT
Mounties in Whitehorse are searching for thieves who made off with a woman's 200-square-foot cabin earlier this month.
On Oct. 4, Josie-Anne Pilotte and some friends went to see Pilotte's cabin, which was under construction just outside of the Yukon capital, and discovered the entire building was missing. She reported the theft to police, Const. Dean Hoogland told QMI Agency.
Pilotte told the Whitehorse Star she was actually planning on moving into the cabin on Oct. 4, but when she arrived, there was just some insulation, roofing supplies and windows.
"They were prepared," she said of those who stole the cabin.
Pilotte called the loss "devastating" and said she will offer a reward if her cabin is returned.
The Mounties continue to investigate.
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cabin thiever. ;)


Time Out
Mar 16, 2007
Red Deer AB
I wonder if I put some windows and insulation in a nice building spot and then claimed to have had it stolen if the community spirit would build me a 'replacement' out of donated supplies? (not saying that was the way this article was)