This is not your average "catch of the day".
The sheriff's office in Oregon recently revealed that he had taken dozens of electric scooters and bikes from a large river in Portland. Multnomah county sheriff's office announced on Wednesday that the team of the Department for the Recovery of a total of 57 scooters and bikes in a two-day period in the Wylamet River in Portland.
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"The team had to withdraw early because it needed a bigger boat!" Sheriff's Office said .
Officials told FOX12 that the dive team discovered 15 scooters in May during a training session before pulling out more tens this week. Stork's brands include Razor, Lime and Bird.
The dive team uses the scooter restoration as a training exercise, as the bottom of the river has limited visibility, so everything has to be found by touch.
As the popularity of scooters has exploded in recent years, there are also environmental concerns about electric batteries that affect marine life.
Sergeant. Brandon White of the Multnomah County Sheriff's office said Oregon officials were not the ones who dumped scooters, but the divers are worried that the batteries will run into the river.
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The river recovery mission attracted a small crowd along the coast in the center of Portland, seemingly curious about the police.
"It's kind of stupid to see them as abusive," Ryan Alexander told FOX12.
Many of the scooters looked rusty, but the sheriff's office said the lights of one of them were still working.
A spokesman for Lime told Fox News that scandal vandalism is "wrong and only damages to those who rely on these vehicles everyday as an accessible and convenient way to move around."
"If someone sees a lemon suspected of being tampered with or vandalized, please report it immediately to our 24/7 customer service team via e-mail (email@example.com) and phone or text (1-888-LIME-345) – added the speaker