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Memorial road signs go missing in North Okanagan

Road signs, like the one pictured in this image from Facebook, were put up in memory of Cameron David Wolfe who died in a car crash.
Image Credit: FACEBOOK/Ashley Gamache
October 25, 2018 - 3:30 PM

LUMBY - Two memorial road signs erected near Lumby in the memory of a man who died in a car crash a decade ago have gone missing.

The road signs dedicated to Cameron Wolfe, who was killed in a motor vehicle crash, were put up about 10 years ago on Creighton Valley Road, according to his sister Ashley Gamache.

Gamache, who declined an interview, says in a Facebook post the Cameron Avenue signs have been missing since about Oct. 10, and adds it wasn't the Village of Lumby, the Ministry of Highways or the property owner that took the signs down.

If you have any information on the signs' whereabouts, you can contact Ashley Gamache on Facebook here.

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