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SK Helpline needs assistance in looking for missing cardboard box

South Kitsap Helpline is looking for the public’s assistance in locating a brown cardboard box from the Jingle Bell Boutique on Saturday, Dec. 14.

According to SK Helpline Executive Director Jennifer Hardison, the cardboard box was left in the parking lot of the Port Orchard Pavilion while staff was loading up the van after the boutique.

Hardison said the box contained literature, brochures, table cloths and a cash bag containing about $250 worth of cash, along with some checks that customers wrote to purchase poinsettias and wreaths.

“They were loading their van with plants and wreaths at the end of the day and the box got left behind in the parking lot,” said Hardison. “Upon realizing it, they went back a few minutes later and it was gone.”

As of Tuesday afternoon, the box had not been turned in.

“Our main concern is for those individuals who wrote checks to us so they can stop payment or at least be aware but we don’t have any way to contact them,” Hardison added.

Anyone with any information about the cardboard box, can call South Kitsap Helpline at 360-876-4089.

 

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