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Check-out was dodgy at Nelson inn

Police were called out to a local inn after a guest made away with the goods. - file photo
Police were called out to a local inn after a guest made away with the goods.
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A local inn saw one of their rooms stripped of a lot of its contents this week.

Nelson Police investigated a complaint by the Dancing Bear Inn who reported approximately $1300 worth of goods missing from a guest suite.

Overnight on February 13, one of the registered guests made off with coffee mugs, knives, pots and pans, bedding, food and numerous other items, says a press release issued by the NPD.

After investigating, police identified the suspect, a local woman, and are hoping she will make amends to the Dancing Bear Inn.

 

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