Have you seen this boat stolen in north Norfolk?
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The owner of a 'distinctively coloured' stolen boat has appealed for any information that could lead to its return.
A black, orange and yellow rigid inflatable boat (RIB), belonging to Pierre Caston, was taken from Morston Quay during the night of Sunday, August 5 .
It was discovered missing on the following morning by Neil Thompson, who runs boat building company Neil Thompson Boats.
Richenda Thompson said: 'He went to the yard this morning and it was gone.
'The trailer was broken so he thought it would be okay.'
North Norfolk Police have appealed for witnesses to the theft to come forward.
They issued an appeal on social media, and said: 'The RIB is distinctively coloured black orange and yellow.'
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Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Jason Pegden at Wells Police Station on 101.
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org.