The police in Washington state said they are looking for the owner of an urn “with cremated remains found at a Goodwill location.
(Vancouver Police Department)
The police in Washington State say they are trying to find the rightful owner of an urn “with cremated remains” which was donated to a Goodwill location.
In a tweet from the Vancouver Police Department sent on Wednesday, authorities said they were “looking for help to find someone who is connected with an urn with cremated remains in that was donated to a local Goodwill.”
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The authorities told KIRO 7 that the urn was brought to the shop, and found by an employee on Sunday as they were sifting through donated items. Police reportedly think that the donation was made accidentally.
In photos made available in the police a tweet from the urn seems to be a wooden box with a handle. Two letter M’s with the name “Michelle Miller” on the front.
Vancouver Police are looking for help to find someone who is connected with an urn with cremated remains in that was donated to a local Goodwill. If you recognize this urn and that may be associated with, call the Vancouver Police Evidence (360) 487-7404. pic.twitter.com/y4HUsifShx
— The Police of Vancouver usa (@VancouverPDUSA) January 10, 2018
Anyone with information about the item is asked to call the police evidence department (360) 487-7404.