Police officers are trained observers. As part of their job, they're supposed to notice when things are out of place or just "not right." It didn't take a lot of police work to figure out a kayak was in some place that in didn't belong.

Galloway Township Police say they have successfully recovered a kayak that was found on Jimmie Leeds Road.

Yes, on the road.

Chances are it probably fell off of a vehicle, because there hasn't been anyone actively kayaking on Jimmie Leeds Road since, well, ever.

Police are often trying to reunite things like found dogs and cats with owners, but this found-kayak thing just doesn't happen often.

Police have offered no description of the kayak - but, do they really need one?

I mean, if you lost a kayak somewhere on Jimmie Leeds Road, this is probably it, right?

All this leads us to ask the question: "How do you lose a freaking kayak?" Wouldn't you notice it being on top of your car one moment, and not on top of your car the next?

Whatever the answers are to these questions, we expect police to eventually grill the owner, and get back to us with the answers, `cause we gots to know!

By the way, if you're the owner of the wayward kayak, you're urged to call police at (609) 652-3705. We assume that police will hold on to the vessel for a short amount of time, then shuffle it off to the nearest kayak shelter.

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