Ashley Farrer is angry ‘his boat was stolen from his home in Wodonga. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSONl The boat stolen from McFarland Road in Wodonga.A SIX-metre boat stolen from Wodonga in broad daylight has left the owner shocked.
The Camero Volante was sitting on a trailer in Ashley Farrer’s backyard in McFarland Road but when he returned home from work on Tuesday he discovered it missing.
“I thought it was somebody playing a game,” Mr Farrer said.
“Why would you want to steal a boat?
“It’s the wrong thing to do.”
Mr Farrer has only owned the $21,000 boat for six months and had organised to get it insured next week.
Along with the boat and trailer, the thieves also got their hands on $3000 worth of ski gear.
The burglary is an extra stress Mr Farrer said he didn’t need as he closed his High Street business, Handycare Mobility Aids and Medical Supplies, on Thursday.
“I want whoever has got it to own up to it,” he said.
“I won’t press charges, as long as it comes back the way it was.”
The boat gave Mr Farrer an opportunity to spend quality time with his children and he said they would be devastated.
“It means a lot to me, it’s the only family thing that I own,” he said.
“I told my kids I might be selling it because I have to close my business and they were shattered at the thought of that because it’s what we do together.”
The blue and white boat is named Wet N Wild.
If anybody has any information phone Ashley Farrer on 0420 866 552 or Wodonga police on (02) 6049 2600.
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