A Tampa nonprofit is out more than $30,000 after they discovered someone stole their giant floating dock that sat along the Hillsborough River.
An aerial photo shows the 50 foot floating dock that is owned by the Stewards Foundation that teaches students and youth how to row in the Tampa area.
The board's president, Tom Feaster, sent a letter to the parents of the rowing team and board members on Monday that read in part,
These docks at The Palm River Site were donated to The Stewards Foundation and are valued at $30,000. They were to be used at the Palm River site not only to accommodate visiting Rowing teams who train in Tampa during the winter and spring months but also for programs sponsored by The Stewards Foundation to get young people from the Inner-City on the water to learn the sport of Rowing.