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Campbell River RCMP looking for Hospital Thrift Store donator

The Campbell River RCMP are looking to identify and speak with a woman who made a donation to the Campbell River Hospital Thrift Store on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, at approximately 12:15 hours. The woman that police are looking to speak with was driving a four door, light coloured, Volvo station wagon with a roof rack and made the donation at the rear door of the Hospital Thrift Store. This woman is a witness for an ongoing police investigation.

If you know of this woman please contact the Campbell River RCMP at (250)286-6221.

Should this media release be unsuccessful, police do have photographs that may be released to the media in a further attempt to identify this woman.

 

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