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.'
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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.