The highly conspicuous thieves were caught red-handed with the pole on top of their SUV.
A reporter for WOKV posted photos from scene on Twitter, as the two shirtless suspects sat on the curb in handcuffs, right near the auto with a JEA utility pole precariously balanced on the roof.
Apparently, a power pole.at least a couple of guys in Jacksonville seemed to think so.
The looters also attached a flag, made of what appears to be t-shirts, to the back of the pole for safety.
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Police said 42-year-old Blake Lee Waller and 46-year-old Victor Walter Apeler were arrested on grand theft charges after someone reported seeing them load the pole onto a sports utility vehicle.
Needless to say, their plans to steal a 30-foot power pole didn't go as planned.
The State Attorney's Office announced Wednesday that law enforcement in Duval, Clay and Nassau counties are working with it to "enhance efforts" to arrest and prosecute anyone who uses the recent hurricane and its effects to commit crimes of opportunity.
After Irma hit, more than 32 people have been arrested for looting in Florida. Stay home and look after your loved ones and be thankful they are all safe'.
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