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Vernon woman seeks help finding bracelet containing son's ashes

A Vernon woman is making an emotional plea to the public in an effort to find a lost bracelet — similar to the one pictured — containing her son's ashes.
Image Credit: SUBMITTED/Danielle Percy
March 16, 2021 - 11:58 AM

A Vernon woman is making an emotional plea to the public in an effort to find a lost bracelet containing her son's ashes.

Danielle Percy noticed her urn bracelet was missing this morning, March 16. After turning her house and car upside down she believes it must have slipped off yesterday afternoon. She even went through her recycling bins and garbage before calling the places she visited yesterday.

"It's got his ashes in it," Percy told iNFOnews.ca. "It's very personal."

Percy's baby died in December 2020 at six months gestation.

"It's a thing I carry around with me so he's with me," she said holding back tears.

Percy had the bracelet custom made to contain her son's ashes and had his name, Reign, engraved on it.

Recounting her steps on March 15, Percy visited Kal Tire on Anderson Way and the East Good Market on 27 Street. She's called both businesses but had no luck. She also visited 30 Avenue in downtown Vernon, as well as making another couple of stops.

Later that day she took her dogs for a walk to the top of Hartnell Road. If it fell off there, she's hoping another dog walker may see it on the dirt road.

"I'm just hoping someone comes across it," she said. "It would just be great if I could have it back."

If anyone finds the bracelet Percy can be contacted at percys13@yahoo.com.


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