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BOYNTON BEACH (CBSMiami) — Dozens of migrants came ashore off Boynton Beach on Saturday morning.

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Boynton Beach Police said a marine officer overheard a fisherman, saying over the radio, that a boat had run ashore just North of a beach inlet just before 11 a.m.

The officer was able to find the boat on the beach and notified the proper authorities.

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Dozens of migrants came ashore off Boynton Beach on July 18, 2015. Twenty-seven people were reportedly on board the boat. (Courtesy: Boynton Beach Police)

Dozens of migrants came ashore off Boynton Beach on July 18, 2015. Twenty-seven people were reportedly on board the boat. (Courtesy: Boynton Beach Police)

Officers said they found 25 women and men from Haiti.

A man and a woman, from Ecuador, were also found hiding in the bushes along A1A.

It is unclear how long they had been at sea.

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The group was turned over to U.S. Border Patrol.