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Mystery photo album found on empty lot

A photo album containing pictures like this one was turned into police. Langley RCMP would like to return the album to the right people. - submitted
A photo album containing pictures like this one was turned into police. Langley RCMP would like to return the album to the right people.
— image credit: submitted

Langley RCMP is hoping to reunite the owners of a photo album found on the edge of an abandoned Langley City property on Jan. 2.

The album was turned in to the Langley city community Police Office on Jan. 2.  The person dropping it off said the album had been found on the edge of an abandoned property in the area of 201 Street and Michaud Crescent.

There are no markings on the album that would identify the owner, however there is a photo of the words ‘Vanessa + Jeff do Mexico’ written in the sand. There are pictures of what appear to be a happy couple on a cruise and in Mexico.

Police are asking the public to look at the photo provided from the album.  If you know these people or can assist police with their identification so the album can be returned, please call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

 

 

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