News Lumber stolen from Highland Rovers Snowmobile Club SHARE ON: Mathew Reisler, staff Thursday, Nov. 12th, 2020 Photo credit: supplied The Highland Rovers Snowmobile Club is reaching out to the community for help after lumber was stolen from them. They were using the wood to build a bridge they’re building along the Seguin Trail. The club says in a Facebook post around $2,500 worth of lumber was stolen on the trail between Fern Glen Road and Sprucedale over the weekend, or on Monday or Tuesday. People commenting on the post are attempting to narrow down when the goods were stolen. Commenters say the lumber was there between Saturday at 5 PM and Sunday at noon. Another person says he saw it along the trail on Friday. Other people have offered to donate money to help replace what was stolen. The club asks in the original post to send them a message or call them with information on what happened, or where the stolen lumber is.