Quesnel RCMP looking for witnesses of A&W donation box theft

A male and female stole a jar with money donated to MS Society

Quesnel RCMP are asking for the public’s help in catching a pair of thieves who stole a donation jar from an A&W restaurant this weekend.

According to a press release, the RCMP received the theft report at 10:40 a.m. on Sunday (April 28).

A male and a female were said to have left the A&W store, located on the Two Mile Flat in Quesnel, with a jar containing money donated to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada.

Sgt. Chris Riddle of the Quesnel RCMP says he is not aware of how much money was in the donation box, but believes it to be a “substantial” amount.

Police believe there may be witnesses to this event, and are asking anyone who was in or near the restaurant during this time and may have witnessed the theft, to please contact the Quesnel RCMP at (250) 992-9211.

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