Cherished Okanagan Sun jersey stolen in Rutland

The jersey belonging to former Sun wide receiver Steve Adamik was stolen from a car parked in a Black Mountain driveway early Tuesday morning, Sept. 6, 2016.
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KELOWNA – Sarah Moores doesn’t care that her iPod was stolen.

She doesn’t care the thief took her insurance papers or her credit card statement either.

All she wants is her boyfriend’s old football jersey back.

“He played for the (Okanagan) Sun ten years ago and it’s the jersey from his last year of playing,” she says. “Their jerseys mean a lot, it’s something they want to pass on to their kids.”

The jersey belongs to Sun wide receiver Steve Adamik. It was taken from Moores' locked car parked in her Black Mountain driveway early Tuesday morning.

She was planning to take it to be framed for a future special occasion.

“It ruined everything,” she says.

Also taken were random items like a car manual, old mail and charging cables.

“I couldn’t care less about the rest I just want the jersey,” she says. 

Anyone with any information is asked to call Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300.


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