Mysterious vessel named 'Tail Boat' washes up on shore near Rendall Park in Harrison Hot Springs.

Mysterious boat washes up on shore

Mysterious vessel known as "Tail Boat" washes up on shore near Rendall Park in Harrison Hot Springs

Last week a mysterious vessel named “Tail Bait” washed up on the beach near Randall Park in Harrison Hot Springs with a partial dock still attached.

Nearby resident Karl Dopf saw the boat and contacted local authorities, RCMP, and some other key people in Harrison Hot Springs to locate the owners to no avail.

“It doesn’t seem to have taken much damage during it’s trip, but after being on the beach for over a week, it is starting to list over and is in danger of someone stealing its motor,” Dopf told The Observer.

Anyone with information on the boat or wanting to claim it should contact the RCMP immediately with proof of ownership.

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