Please return our stolen van

We had our van stolen on Saturday, March 1, in Red Deer. It is a 2000 Dodge Caravan, white with a dark green door and fender on the driver’s side front, licence RAB 670.

We had our van stolen on Saturday, March 1, in Red Deer. It is a 2000 Dodge Caravan, white with a dark green door and fender on the driver’s side front, licence RAB 670.

It was stolen from behind the Spiritual Healing Centre, at the Medical Centre Mall at Horne and Taylor Drive.

It was parked near the entrance to a bar there. We were not in the bar, but in the healing centre doing a health seminar.

It was stolen in broad daylight two doors down from the bar entrance, with people outside smoking.

Could you help get this back please?

Bob Skrypnyk

403-631-2199

Torrington

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