Halifax Regional Police is happy to announce that as a result of the previous media release, the rightful owner of the suitcase will be reunited with her belongings and frozen lobsters.
On Dec. 31, an Ontario woman was travelling to the airport when her suitcase fell from the back of a vehicle. The same day, a family member had posted an ad on a local classified site and was contacted today by a citizen who saw the media release.
A family member has attended the police station and retrieved the suitcase and will make arrangements to reunite the suitcase with its owner.
Halifax Regional Police is requesting the public’s assistance in locating the rightful owner of a suitcase found on Dec. 31 in Halifax.
At 11 a.m., a Metro Transit bus driver located a suitcase in the area of Kearney Lake Road and Dunbrack Street. The driver turned the suitcase over to police, but officers were unable to find any identification to determine the rightful owner.
The suitcase is a black medium-sized wheeled suitcase, containing Christmas gifts, women’s clothing and numerous packages of frozen lobster. It appears that the suitcase was packed for travel.
The owner or anyone with information on the rightful owner of this suitcase is asked to contact police at 490-5016.