Thanks for urn return

The family of a very special urn which was stolen from Yates Cemetery extend its heartfelt gratitude to whomever returned it.

The family of a very special urn which was stolen from Yates Cemetery in July 2015 would like to extend its heartfelt gratitude to whomever returned the urn to the Oceanside RCMP detachment.

It means the world to us to have it back. Thank you!

We would like to extend our thank you to the RCMP for their media releases and their help in this return and The NEWS for doing stories about the situation.

We truly appreciate everyone who did their part in making this return happen. We are forever grateful.

Gail LambourneNanaimo

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