Delta Police seek owner of donated cup

Mug contained a valuable item police would like to return to owner.

This mug and saucer were donated to the Delta Hospital Auxiliary Society Thrift shop. Police believe an additional valuable item was donated by mistake.

A green cup and saucer donated to a Delta charity within the past week contained a valuable item police would like to return to the owner.

The items were delivered to the Delta Hospital Auxiliary Society Thrift shop in Ladner sometime between April 28 and May 1.

After receiving the donation, shop employees found a valuable item inside the mug which they believe was not meant to be donated. They immediately turned it in to Delta Police.

Anyone who has information is asked to call 604-940-5016 or email Additional details will be required by the claimant to confirm ownership.


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