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Old 10-10-2017, 09:00 AM   #1
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I have no idea what happened to one of my rear storage bins. It had 3 flares in a waterproof bag, bug spray, a 12" battery terminal cconnecto, and a blue dock line in it.

It was here last Thursday for sure.

Maybe a kid walked by and grabbed it?

Located in Valp, nothing else is missing, the trolling motor, all of my tools, etc...are all there.
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Old 10-10-2017, 11:03 AM   #2
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Maybe wind blew it away.
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Kinda weird....
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Maybe wind blew it away.
I was kinda thinking the same thing. Did it disappear before the storm or after the storm?
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Not much weight. I'd say the thief was Mother Nature.
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Maybe blew out last time you were towing it?
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Maybe blew out last time you were towing it?
That was a problem with the 80's chris craft boats when towing . The wind would somehow lift it out .
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Found it, neighbor 2 houses down had it. Said his kid brought it over and asked what the flares were, I had my last name on them but we don't really know each other.
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So that means the wind blew it out and the kid found it in the street. Or are you hinting that the kid took it.
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So that means the wind blew it out and the kid found it in the street. Or are you hinting that the kid took it.
No the kid took it, he admitted to taking it off the front table. I've seen him walking around and talking to anyone outside, that's why I figured he or another kid grabbed it.

Pretty sure he was "special needs" or whatever they call it now

Super nice kid. Wants to help clean the boat next time.

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