A call for pic card to be returned

I had a bush camera that is motion activated and will take a picture every 15 seconds whenever there is movement within its range.

My name is Clancy Boettger. I had a bush camera that is motion activated and will take a picture every 15 seconds whenever there is movement within its range. This is my hobby; taking pictures of wildlife. It gets me out with nature and I can shoot wildlife without a gun. I have hundreds of wonderful pictures and was hoping to get more for my collection.

Last week I went out to pick up my camera and download the pictures. When I got there, the camera was gone. To take the camera was not an easy thing to do. I had padlocked the camera into its camouflage case, used pipe stripping around the case and screwed the stripping to the tree.

I know who you are. I have pictures of you casing the camera in a previous role. If you are a hunter, you have no ethics.

If you are not a hunter then you are just as common vandal. You had to smash the pipe stripping and the case to get to the camera.

After the time the camera took the earlier pictures of you, I had left a note on the tree that if you wanted to see what was in the camera, you could come see me. I even left my phone number so that you could locate me and come see the pictures. I will see you someday and when I do we will have a talk.

Please send the memory card to me as it is of no use to you. This also applies to the person that took the camera up Downie Creek.

 

Clancy Boettger

PO Box 757

Revelstoke, B.C.

 

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