Rimbey RCMP looking for owner of misplaced money

Employee of local business turned in cash left in washroom

Mounties have a large amount of cash left in the washroom of a Rimbey business, and are looking for its rightful owner.

The money was turned over to Rimbey RCMP on Feb. 21 by an employee of the business, who found the money. However, no one has reported losing the money and police continue efforts to find the owner.

“Someone out there is missing this money and we have no reason to believe there’s anything suspicious about this incident,” Sgt. Kurtis Pillipow, Rimbey RCMP detachment commander said in a release. “We want to see this money get back to where it belongs.”

Anyone who lost cash at a business and can identify the amount of cash, what business it was and how the cash was carried should contact the Rimbey detachment at 403-843-2224.

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