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Okanagan family seeks return of sentimental items stolen in Vancouver

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While the dollar value may be low–some of the items stolen in a Vancouver break-in are priceless to their young owner. He is pleading for your help to get them back.

As Catherine Urquhart reports, the theft happened while the Okanagan family was attending a Cirque du Soleil performance last Sunday. .

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