Police looking for rightful owner of foreign money left in mailbox in Kitimat

Police are asking for people to call in if they know the owner of some foreign money left in a mailbox mistakenly.

On December 16, a Kitimat resident called the local RCMP Detachment to report finding a suspicious package containing money in her mailbox.

The post man had arrived this date and advised the home owner that there was a white bag in her mail box getting wet from the rain and brought it to her.

The resident opened bag and found a small wicker basket/box with some foreign money inside.

It is thought that the package was left in the resident’s mail box in error and it was actually intended for a neighbour.

Enquiries of neighbours were negative for any information.

If anyone has information regarding this incident,they are asked to call the Kitimat RCMP at 250-632-7111.

– RCMP file

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