The National Sea Rescue Institute is appealing to four teenagers, who have removed a…

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The National Sea Rescue Institute is appealing to four teenagers, who have removed a…

The National Sea Rescue Institute is appealing to four teenagers, who have removed a NSRI Pink Rescue Buoy at Point Beach, Wavecrest in Jeffreys Bay, to return it to its post. NSRI spokesperson Craig Lambinon says the three boys and a girl were captured on CCTV cameras, making off with the rescue bouy. The incident took place on Wednesday night . He says they walked out the car park and turned right into Plane Street. The luminous pink life saving floatation devices are unique to the NSRI and have to date saved 16 lives. It has been deployed around the coastline and at some inland waterways. Lambinon has appealed to anyone who recognises the teenagers from the photo, to contact the NSRI on 082- 380- 3800.

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5 comments on “The National Sea Rescue Institute is appealing to four teenagers, who have removed a…

  1. Dont be so harsh on these kids. They are normal teenagers. Sure all of you had done some mischief when you were their age.

  2. Let’s not make excuses for them..just imagine your child drowning and the equipment is not there!! This is downright playing with peoples lives.

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