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Help Return a Stolen Camera to its Owner-Updated

UPDATE: The stolen camera will soon be back with its owners. The San Diego County Sheriff’s office thanks the public for their tips and phone calls. The owners got in touch with a detective at the North Coastal Sheriff’s Station. 

San Diego County CA— The North Coastal Sheriff’s Station wants your help in returning a camera to its owners. 

Take a good look at the photos of a boat, as well as a man and woman in the photos. If you know them or recognize them, we’d like to hear from you. 

The camera was found inside the house of a burglary suspect in Vista on Wednesday, February 17th. It’s a Nikon COOLPIX P600. The camera contains photos from a trip to Catalina, as well as Mariner’s Cove in Point Loma. The photos also show a boat named “Happy Hour” out of San Diego. 

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If this camera belongs to you or you know the owner/s, call Detective Jaime Rodriguez at (760) 966-3504 or Detective Robert Pizzuti at (760) 966-3519 at the North Coastal Sheriff’s Station. 

To claim the camera, bring a photo ID. You can also bring a stolen property report, proof of insurance, camera box or receipt to prove the camera belongs to you.