Four snowmobiles and equipment stolen from trailer on the Arrowhead Trail
The Cook County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect or suspects involved with the theft of four snowmobiles on the Arrowhead Trail in Cook County.
Law enforcement responded to a call around 11 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 17 of a theft including four snowmobiles and various equipment from an enclosed snowmobile trailer parked on South Fowl Road.
The lock on an enclosed snowmobile trailer was cut and the four snowmobiles and equipment removed, according to a law enforcement report from the Cook County Sheriff’s Office. The owner of the snowmobiles, Robert Tomczak, Jr., is from Carlton, Minn.
The list of stolen snowmobiles and items include:
- 2010 Black Polaris Rush (600 cc)
- 2012 Red Polaris S/B Pro R (800 cc)
- 2013 Black Polaris Switchback (800 cc)
- 2023 Skidoo Expedition SE (ace 900 engine)
- Two gas cans
According to the report shared with WTIP from the sheriff’s department: Tomczak told dispatch that he last saw the snowmobiles on Sunday, Feb. 12. There were no tracks leading to or from the snowmobile trailer as it rained heavily in Cook County between the time Tomczak last saw the snowmobiles and when he reported them missing.
Anyone with any information on the theft is asked to call the Cook County Sheriff’s Office at 218-387-3030.