NAPLES, Fla. — At least two boats docked in Naples have been stripped of their electronics, according to a report by ABC 7.
The stolen merchandise, which is worth several thousand dollars, includes multi-functional marine GPS units. At least one unit was stolen with all wiring intact, meaning it will likely be re-sold, theft victim John Hutterly told reporters.
The docks had no surveillance equipment and Hutterly does not expect to get his electronics back.
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