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The police are looking for two men (photos & # 39; s) who casually drag a pontoon with their boat in broad daylight. The incident took place on June 10 in Waiheke Island in Auckland

& # 39; How low can you get? & # 39; Meek thieves wear life jackets casually dragging a pontoon with their boat in a bizarre daylight raid

  • Two men reportedly dragged a pontoon away with their boat in broad daylight
  • The incident took place on June 10 in Waiheke Island in Auckland
  • It was last seen being loaded on a trailer on the Kawakawa Bay boat ramp
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The police are looking for two men who casually drag a pontoon with their boat in broad daylight.

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The incident took place on June 10 in Waiheke Island in Auckland.

The men with life-saving jackets saw the pontoon dragging through the water, according to a photo released by Auckland on Saturday.

& # 39; The pontoon was last seen loaded on a trailer on the slipway of Kawakawa Bay, & # 39; the police said.

The police are looking for two men (photos & # 39; s) who casually drag a pontoon with their boat in broad daylight. The incident took place on June 10 in Waiheke Island in Auckland

The police are looking for two men (photos & # 39; s) who casually drag a pontoon with their boat in broad daylight. The incident took place on June 10 in Waiheke Island in Auckland

The news about the pontoon has caught the attention of many social media users
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The news about the pontoon has caught the attention of many social media users

The news about the pontoon has caught the attention of many social media users

The news about the pontoon has since attracted the attention of many social media users.

& # 39; Love that pontoon! Although I flicked at it once and scraped my face when I recovered. What a strange weird shame it's gone! I hope it's back in time for the summer, & a person said.

& # 39; Are people not charming, actually pecking a pontoon, how low can you get? & # 39; a second person asked.

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& # 39; These idiots have to surrender themselves, it's only a matter of time before they get caught with this photo of those who stole it to see & # 39 ;, said a third person.

The pontoon was last seen on a trailer on the slipway of Kawakawa Bay (pictured)

The pontoon was last seen on a trailer on the slipway of Kawakawa Bay (pictured)

The pontoon was last seen on a trailer on the slipway of Kawakawa Bay (pictured)

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