Panama, Linton Bay: Locked Dinghy Stolen from Yacht

Despite being secured with a 12mm thick security cable, thieves cut the cable and stole the dinghy that was in the water and attached to a yacht moored in Linton Bay, Panama.

Published 1 month ago

Source:  CSSN

DATE:  2023-10-21 03:00

LOCATION:  Panama – Linton Bay

EVENT:  Theft


STOLEN ITEMS:  3D Tender aluminium 2.5m with 9.9HP Mercury 2-Stroke outboard, fuel tank, fuel line, seat cover, anti theft cable and mooring lines



A Dinghy was stolen around 3 am. The Dinghy was in the water, but with an anti theft cable 12mm thick connected to the yacht. The motor had a separate motorlock protection. The dinghy was found around 6 am with fuel tank and fuel line, seat cover, hoisting bridle and mooring ropes stolen. Dinghy was tied up with the cut cable to a tree in the mangroves of Isla Linton. Motor was not stolen. A police report is planned.


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