Lumby police want to know if you are missing your ATV

LUMBY – RCMP are looking for the person who left his ATV at a home in the Lavington area last year and never returned to get it.

Police say in late 2015, a man with young children on an ATV stopped at a residence on Bluenose Road near Lavington asking for help.

A woman picked up the unidentified man and his kids and arrangements were made to leave the ATV behind until the owner could come back for it, according to a RCMP media release.

The man never returned.

Police are asking anyone with information about the incident, or the owner of the ATV, to give the Lumby RCMP a call at 250-547-2151.

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