Australia’s ABC News reports that beach closure signs, warning of sharks, have been stolen from a beach near Busselton, the site of a recent fatal shark attack. Warning signs have also been reported stolen from the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River (south of Busselton). The signs are used to warn the public of beach closures due to recent shark sightings.
A representative of the Department of Fisheries’ Shark Response Unit told ABC News that the signs were important resources for the public and said that the theft of the signs was “unacceptable.”
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