The SNSM station in Ploumanac’h (Perros-Guirec) had the unpleasant surprise to find that one of its trunks, which collects donations to support it, was stolen again this Thursday, September 9. It was installed in a new store in Saint-Quay-Perros since July, the “Nous anti-waste” grocery store. Difficult to define the time of the theft, but it must have taken place during the store’s opening hours.
And this is not the first time. On February 24, individuals attacked the cast iron trunk of the SNSM shelter in Pors Kamor, on the Perros-Guirec customs trail. The trunk was then torn from the wall of the station and taken away with the money it contained. Beyond the damage suffered, the president of the Ploumanac’h station deeply regrets this act, which he considers “all the more reprehensible as it undermines a fine mission of volunteers in the service of all”. He would like to recall “the importance of each other’s gifts which are a fine illustration of the strong bond that unites us all with the sea and those who practice it”. A new trunk will be installed soon.
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