Thank you to the RCMP for their diligence

Cowichan Bay – I want to bring an update on my break-in that happened two to three weeks ago.

The RCMP recovered the First World War medals and other miscellaneous items that included my grandmother’s hand written address book.

I asked the constable how they accomplished this and was told: We have our ways!

I want to express my thanks to the RCMP for their diligence and devotion to duty, which was all done with caring and compassion.

There are still items that were not recovered. These are things, and while important, after all are just things.

However beyond these things there is a diamond ring (not a large diamond) that was given to me by my wife that bore the inscription ‘My One Love’.

I have a sentimental attachment to this because it is more than just a thing.

If by chance anyone comes across this ring, please turn it into the RCMP. No questions will be asked and I will gladly pay whatever it cost you.

Again my thanks to the RCMP for their understanding and caring attitude.

As a member of this community for over 30 years I feel safe and secure with the men and women in Red Serge.

Lawrence Turner

Cowichan Bay

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