Someone has removed four bells and five gongs off the Maine coast as reported by the Portland Press Herald.
The great bell caper began late last year, when the icy waters off the Maine coast would give all but the most determined thief reason to stay on dry land.
Through winter, spring and summer, the buoy bandits have picked off their targets: the heavy metal bells and gongs that sound through fog and sleet and wind to help mariners avoid dangerous waters or guide them to safety.
This month, they struck again. Read More