A GROUP of Romanians has been illegally hidden canopy from lakes and brazenly braggadocio about it on Facebook, according to mad anglers.
Fishermen from a Royal Forest of Dean Angling Club in Gloucestershire explain adult to 20 organisation have targeted their internal lakes.
They contend a organisation are holding a canopy home to eat after ignoring a outrageous signs that tell people to chuck a fish behind into a water.
The angling bar explain it will cost them a towering £2,000 to reinstate a canopy – a renouned plate in Eastern Europe – and have reported a problem to a police.
Adrian Lane, 55, is a club’s H2O bailiff and claims he chased 12 organisation who were “fishing illegally” and believes a organisation are from Romania and Poland.
He told a Daily Mail: “This problem has been going on for about 5 years though it’s gradually removing worse. We have beheld a reduced batch of fish in a lakes.
“These Romanians and Poles are exchanging cinema of their catches on amicable media.
“As shortly as we saw those cinema on Facebook, we reported them to a military and it is now in their hands.
“But we have been traffic with these thieves on a daily basement and seeking them to leave.”
He combined that they have set adult 24-hour patrols to strengthen a lakes and a dedicated group is perplexing to locate a organisation hidden a fish.
Mr Lane said: “Now we need to lift income to reinstate fish bonds since so many are being stolen. We can’t have these people entrance on to a waters and hidden a fish.
“If we wish to eat carp, we can buy it off a shelf in Morrisons.”
A Gloucestershire Constabulary orator said: “We can endorse that Gloucestershire Constabulary has perceived a series of reports of people stealing, or attempting to steal, canopy from private waters within a Forest of Dean recently.
“No arrests have been made, and no offenders identified, though officers from a farming crime group are operative with a Angling Trust and a Environment Agency, and they control unchanging patrols to brand and deter intensity offenders.”