VANCOUVER, Wash. — Police in Vancouver, Wash. are seeking the public’s help in locating or identifying anyone who may be associated with an urn containing cremated remains that was donated to a Goodwill.
Police said the urn was dropped off at the store located at 6425 Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard.
On Sunday, an employee at the store was going through donations and discovered the urn.
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Police are hoping to turn the urn over to family members, as it is believed this item was inadvertently donated.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Vancouver Police Department’s evidence unit at 360-487-7404.
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