Just wrong

LETTER

Re: ‘There to save a life’ April 15 story.

It is hard to believe that already some low life has stolen the life-saving ring installed at the far end of the Tolaga Bay Wharf on Thursday April 13 — gone missing Monday, April 17. Only the empty, orange holder remains.

What is wrong with our society when someone thinks it is OK to steal a $564 life ring?

Barbara Barwick

Re: ‘There to save a life’ April 15 story.

It is hard to believe that already some low life has stolen the life-saving ring installed at the far end of the Tolaga Bay Wharf on Thursday April 13 — gone missing Monday, April 17. Only the empty, orange holder remains.

What is wrong with our society when someone thinks it is OK to steal a $564 life ring?

Barbara Barwick

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Barmy - 2 months ago
You have to be kidding. How can a ring cost $564? What a rip-off. No wonder it has gone missing.

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