Two lifesaving b’line units from Kyrece’s Legacy have been reported missing.

Kyrece Francis, who attended Great Marlow School, passed away on July 22, 2014, aged 13, after getting into trouble on the River Thames when swimming with a group of friends.

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Following his tragic death, Kyrece's friends launched the Kyrece's Legacy charity which aims to promote water safety when swimming in rivers.

But it was revealed on the charity's Facebook page on May 19 that two of the safety units along the Marlow stretch of the Thames had been taken.

The b'lines that have been taken 

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The first unit was situated along the footpath on Gosmore Road by the fishing platform, with the second one being based at Riverwoods, adjacent to Marlow Rugby Club.

The Gosmore based unit was taken between Saturday, May 2, and Sunday, May 10 whilst the Riverwoods unit was taken between Tuesday, May 12, and Tuesday, May 19.

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The Kyrece’s Legacy Facebook page published a post about the units being taken, and they have urged people to contact them if they have any information.

They also revealed that the police have been informed.

To get in touch, visit the Kyrece’s Legacy Facebook page or email kyreceslegacy@yahoo.co.uk.