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This was posted on another site. I hope it is ok to post here.
None of us can stand for this kind of boating.

Date; May 29th, 2006 Memorial Day
Time: 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Location: Waters Edge, Bayville NJ
Boat Last Seen: Heading north toward Seaside Bridge / Toms River

Size: 38ft - 40ft
Make: Silverton (or similar type boat)
Type of Boat: Sportfish Convertible Fly Bridge
Name on Transom: Fishin Mission


Fishin Mission was last seen driving through the mooring buoys located at the Waters Edge restaurant. The boat cut several mooring buoy lines on other boats moored there and caused tens of thousands of dollars worth of damage to several boats.

Fishin Mission never stopped and ignored the multitude of people yelling from the dock.

If you have know of this boat, the boat's owner or where it is kept, please email [email protected] or contact the NJ State Police Pt. Pleasant station @ 732-899-5050.

ANY AND ALL INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.

Thank you for your help!
 

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Thanks BIGGEST
We have to stick together and not let people like this get away scott free..
 

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Doing a little searching on the web. There are a few boats around with that name. Just type Fishin Mission in google and take a look at some of the boats and see if any look familiar.
 

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UP DATE ON HELP NEEDED>>> YOU MAY HIDE BUT THESE WEB SITES WILL GET YOU.
LETS CONTINUE THE GREAT WORK AND CO OPERATION....

THANK TO EVERYONE WHO KEPT THERE EYS OPEN...
THE HARD WAY


On behalf of myself and the owner of the vessel that was hit, we would like to thank all who helped in their own way with the identifying, locating and reporting the suspected vessel.

I photographed the vessel today, delivered them to the NJSP.
Within in 8 hours I got a call from the owner of the hit vessel that the NJSP have made contact with the suspected vessel owner and he confessed that he hit the boat.

Thank you again to all of you every where, for pulling together all of your resources which lead to this outcome!

I will leave the location out of this, in order to protect the innocent Marina in which it is docked.

The NJSP will handle the rest from here...

Photo link below:

Photos of Hit & Run Click Here!WWW.SHARKEYMARINE.COM Photos,

[ 06-11-2006, 07:01 PM: Message edited by: The Hard Way ]
 
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