West Shore RCMP are looking for the owner of a mobility tricycle that was turned in to them on Jan. 24. (Photo courtesy of West Shore RCMP)

UPDATED: West Shore RCMP find owner of mobility tricycle

Tricycle originally from Oak Bay was found on the West Shore

The West Shore RCMP happily announce they found the owner of a mobility tricycleturned turned in to them weeks ago.

Police said the tricycle was turned in on Jan. 24. It was originally located in the James Bay area and made its way to the West Shore.

Due to the costly price of the mobility tricycle, West Shore RCMP sought public to help identify its owner.

Feb. 11, RCMP thanked the public as the owner came forward. Mobility Tricycle identified themselves to us and we were able to get this back to the rightful owner

Anyone with information that can help reunite the tricycle with its owner is being asked to contact West Shore RCMP at 250-474-2264 or report anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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shalu.mehta@goldstreamgazette.com


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