Bags of womens clothing found

  - Sooke RCMP
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Sooke RCMP are asking the public to help identify the owner of young women’s clothing found in two duffel style bags in a forested area off Connie Rd.

The bags appear to have been laying in the forest for a period of two to six months, said Staff Sgt. Jeff McArthur.

Unique pieces include, Brown Moccasins with cat design (pink beads), a pajama Onesie style, also with cat design, and a “Betsyville” pink and blue handbag. Of note, Graffiti art in a notebook, with Graffiti pens and other art materials were also in the contents.

“We are very interested to check on the wellbeing of the owner of these articles.”

If someone recognizes these items, or know the owner, please call the Sooke RCMP detachment at 250-642-5241.






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