Equipment stolen from volunteer search and rescue
Equipment stolen from volunteer search and rescue team while visiting Atlanta
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- ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) - A volunteer search and rescue diving team say the equipment they use to help police was stolen while they were checking out the Georgia Aquarium.
- It was heartbreaking for Jacob Grubbs and Lindsay Bussick to come back to the parking lot and see their car windows smashed, and items missing.
- And that’s a big problem because they work as an unpaid volunteer search and recovery diving team, helping police departments around the country.
- “For the past five months, we have brought back nine missing people,” said Grubbs “We have sonar technology and if we see a vehicle, if there is one in the water that we can pick up in the water, from there, Jacob would dive on the vehicle,” said Bussick.
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