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Lost camera seeking owner

The Port Moody Police hope to reunite a lost camera with its owner. - FILE GRAPHIC
The Port Moody Police hope to reunite a lost camera with its owner.
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Did you lose a camera recently? If so, it may be in the hands of the Port Moody Police.

Officers recovered a digital camera from the 2900-block of Murray Street last month and are hoping to reunite it with its owner.

The camera is a Nikon Cool Pix and contains photos of a summer camping trip.

If you or someone you know has lost this type of camera, contact Const. McKinnon at 604-461-3456.

 

 

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