By Brian Hayes
Nearly two dozen illegal aliens successfully landed on a San Diego beach in a panga boat on Monday and ran to shore
Around 7am Monday morning, a horde of illegal aliens stormed a San Diego beach after coming ashore in a panga boat. They sprinted across the beach and climbed over a wall, entering the city.
After eyewitnesses called police, seven of the illegal aliens were spotted by helicopter and later apprehended several blocks from the beach. Border agents are still looking for at least ten more who remain at-large, NBC7 in San Diego reported.
They tried this again the very next day, Tuesday, but this time thanks to the photos in the report above, U.S. Customs and Border (CBP) agents were waiting for them.
12 of the first wave of illegals are still unaccounted for, and many residents were asking why it took eyewitness photos and TV report to get border agents to act:
“How many of these boats may have landed in the past weeks or months who haven’t been caught?” one resident asked. “How do we know these are just illegal aliens? What if terrorists are coming in at night? Is there no one to stop them?”
On Tuesday morning, the second panga boat filled with 20 illegal aliens was intercepted about off the coast of San Diego County by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents.
The panga and passengers were taken to the Oceanside Harbor where they were turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol for processing. There were 20 illegal aliens on board, all Mexican nationals except two men from Guatemala and one man from El Salvador.