Patrick Cazes, an amateur player of pétanque – a form of boules popular in southern France – couldn’t figure out why his boules kept disappearing, French daily La dépèche reports. The resident of a small village called Péburthe near Toulouse enjoyed playing boules in his own bowling pitch.
He would regularly leave his boules out on the pitch instead of taking them home. That’s when they started disappearing. 38 boules vanished in February and March this year.
At first Cazes suspected children in his village had taken them and left them somewhere else.
It’s only when he decided to install an infra-red camera in his bowling pitch that Cazes got to the bottom of the story.
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