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Family seeks return of stolen camera

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - One local family is asking for a little compassion, a small gift of kindness this holiday season. A Sony Cybershot camera was stolen out of a silver Toyota Pre-Runner, while the family was visiting a loved one in the ICU at the Guam Memorial Hospital on Monday. The vehicle was parked near an abandoned house in Perezville. 

The camera contains pictures that are priceless - and in light of the critical medical situation - irreplaceable. The family is asking that if possible at least the memory card be returned. It can be dropped off anonymously at the Chalan Pago Catholic church, the GMH security desk, or here in Harmon at the KUAM Studios.

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