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Reuben is reunited with stolen kayak

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A BEWILDERED boy has been reunited with his missing kayak after it was anonymously dumped at Guernsey Police Station – with a removal notice from Environment attached.

A BEWILDERED boy has been reunited with his missing kayak after it was anonymously dumped at Guernsey Police Station – with a removal notice from Environment attached.

Reuben Hale, 10, said he was left puzzled by how the kayak was dumped at the police station after his family had suspected it had been stolen from Petit Bot Bay sometime in November.

A notice from Environment attached to the kayak ordered the owner to contact the department within a certain date, otherwise it would be considered abandoned and removed for destruction.

The department has confirmed it attached the notice, but denied taking it away.

Reuben, who attends St Andrew's Primary, said he was just pleased to get the kayak back, which had been chained to a wooden pole with a sturdy bike lock before it was taken.

'It feels great to get it back,' he said.

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