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Police look for owners of dolls

Vernon RCMP hope to reunite these collectable dolls with their rightful owners. The dolls were discovered in a truck involved in a single-vehicle accident in February. - RCMP photo
Vernon RCMP hope to reunite these collectable dolls with their rightful owners. The dolls were discovered in a truck involved in a single-vehicle accident in February.
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Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP hope to reunite some collectable-style dolls with their rightful owner.

In February, local officers were called to a report of a single-vehicle motor accident in Vernon.

Officers determined the license plate on the truck was reported stolen out of Lake Country.

“In the vehicle were a number of items that the police believe were stolen from someone in the North Okanagan,” said Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP spokesperson Gord Molendyk.

“They are the type of items the driver of the vehicle would not likely own. They would like to have them returned to the rightful owners.”

The six dolls appear to be in clothing that represents several different countries of the world.

Four of the dolls, said Molendyk, are likely in their original boxes.

If you can identify the dolls, please contact the Vernon detachment at 250-545-7171.

 

 

 

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