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Poaching bust at Willows

16 January 2013
Gareth Wilson

A JOINT operation led to the confiscation of diving equipment, including a rubberduck, and perlemoen worth about R500000 near Gate Six at The Willows along Marine Drive yesterday.

The operation – which included members of the Port Elizabeth K9 unit and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries – began yesterday morning when authorities spotted the rubberduck anchored offshore.

Police spokeswomanCaptain Sandra Janse van Rensburg said officials pounced on divers when they spotted the rubberduck in a secluded area along Marine Drive.

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 NOSE JOB: Warrant Officer Sabdor Nagy and his dog, Thaba, with some of the perlemoen seized yesterday Picture: FREDLIN ADRIAAN
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