Last week, an immense search and rescue operation was launched east of Sandy Hook when a distress call came in reporting that a luxury yacht called the “Blind Date” had exploded 17 miles off shore.
Monday’s search and rescue operation for a luxury yacht called the “Blind Date” and its 21 passengers took about five hours before the search was called off.
The rescue operation for a luxury yacht called the “Blind Date” and its 21 passengers cost the Coast Guard at least $88,000, Deputy Cmdr. Gregory Hitchen said Tuesday.
A 50-year-old woman told police a man, whom she met online, stole her wallet and iPhone after they met at a bar on the Lower East Side on March 9.
It’s been six months since a Long Island man went missing after his family said he went on a blind date, and they haven’t given up their search.