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Cremated remains found at YVR

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 02 Feb, 2024 01:57 PM
  • Cremated remains found at YVR

Police are asking for the public's help in reuniting cremated remains with the rightful guardian.

Mounties in Richmond say someone left a package at the outbound international screening checkpoint at Vancouver International Airport on November 27th.

They say officers examined the package and found it contains cremated remains.

The R-C-M-P say they've been unable to locate the owner, and they're asking anyone with information to contact them.

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