A couple of weeks ago, a fishing boat that had just returned from an Atlantic fishing trip was stolen by a man and taken to a local fishing station.
The boat was then stolen again and this time a second boat was stolen in the same area.
As the investigation continues, it seems that the thieves have broken into at least two boats, one of which was a fishing rig.
It’s unclear if this fishing rig is the same one that was stolen from the Atlantic Fishing Trip, but the fact that the boat that was taken was the same boat that the man is allegedly stealing from makes it more suspicious.
If this fishing boat was taken from the fishing trip, it’s possible that the thief could have taken it to a nearby river and then turned it into a fishing trap, according to a post from Reddit user Ragnhild.
Ragnhwild told Business Insider that the second fishing boat may be a fishing vessel owned by the same family who owns the Atlantic fishing boat.
The Atlantic Fishing House, the family that owns the boat, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.