Kelowna Mounties want to return some Christmas decorations

Anyone know a Rod and Pam? Their Christmas decorations have been found

  • Oct. 24, 2016 12:00 p.m.

Are these your Xmas decorations? The police have them!

Mounties are looking to reunite a family with their lost or stolen Christmas decorations which had been left abandoned on Bernard Avenue.

A member of the public contacted police on Oct. 23  at 11:58 p.m., after watching a young man stacking boxes which were then abandoned in a parking stall outside an apartment in the 1200 block of Bernard Avenue.

“Police attended the area, they determined the contents to be Christmas decorations and were unable to locate the male,” said Const. Jesse O’Donghey, in a press release.

“Police are releasing a photo showing only a few of the items in hopes that their rightful owner will recognize them as their own and come forward.”

One of the items is a snowman Christmas tree ornament with the names “Rod & Pam” and the year  2007 is written on it. The found property will be held for a period of 90 days, before it is either donated or destroyed.

If you are the rightful owner of the found holiday decorations, and you can describe the unique items you are missing then you are asked to contact Const. George Minshull of the Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300 to claim.


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