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Isabellawind 10-20-2019 08:11 PM

Searching for couple, wife, Emma
 
WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA MAN SEARCHING FOR AN ASHEVILLE COUPLE!!!! PLEASE STOP TO READ STORY BELOW!!! 🙏 IF YOU MIGHT KNOW WHO THESE PEOPLE ARE, PLEASE LET THEM KNOW HE IS LOOKING FOR THEM. PLEASE REACH OUT TO ME (his daughter) SO I CAN CONNECT THE DOTS FOR HIM! I'd love to get his 📸 back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If your name is Emma, you are in your 30's, you are married, drive a black SUV, and were traveling in the area of the Eastern Sierras in California last week around October 8th/9th (in morning before lunch time), and also drove down Lundy Canyon & then preceded to pull over to help an older gentleman get his car OUT OF A DITCH than this post is kindly for you! 😊🙏😊
First of all, I want to thank you for seeing another human in need of desperate help and stopping to assist in any way you could. You've restored my hope for human kind. The fact that it was my father, means more than that and I cannot thank you enough for caring. It warmed my heart to have him tell me how blessed he was that you offered not only to help him get his car out of the ditch yourselves but when you couldn't do it, still offerred to take my dad Bill McQuary into the town of Lee Vining to get a tow truck. He had nobody with him so you two being first on scene was a God send. Not taking money for your troubles also says a lot of the kind of people you are. Thank you for being so wonderful. 🙏👫🙏
In the midst of thinking he'd ride with you and call for a tow truck in Lee Vining, he placed his army/olive green backpack in the backseat of your vehicle and forgot all about it. In it was his lunch & Canon camera. That camera has photos on it he cannot replace and they mean more than he can explain as photography, hiking & painting is his life (personally and in business regards). Not having his photographed memories is devastating to him in so many ways.
I have a feeling you are the kind of couple sitting there staring at his backpack, wishing there was a way you could get it back to him, but you just don't have enough information. I'd love to hear from you if you think this was you that helped my father. Please feel free to contact me via Facebook Message if you have seen this story & you can help a man on the west coast reunite with his beloved Canon camera. Much appreciated the few moments you took to help a stranger out on the side of the road!
Please feel free to share this story if you think it would be helpful! The more shares, the more of a chance of a reconnection. Social media is so powerful & I'm praying that good comes back around to a good man himself.....my dad! I love him so very much and I just want him to get his camera back because I know what it means to him and what it feels like to him without it.
💌📷💌 Thank you in advance people of Asheville & surrounding areas! Sharing is caring! 💌📷💌

SarahW 10-20-2019 11:26 PM

Why don't you place an ad in the local newspaper where the backpack was left? Or see if that town has a Facebook page. Good luck.

Isabellawind 10-21-2019 09:14 PM

thanks, this is from a face book forum...I live near the area in California....thought this forum that has so many HELPFUL people may turn up something. would be nice to see the man get his camera and pack back.

rockriver 10-21-2019 09:26 PM

i think a lot of folks would call a local authority...
i believe that i would go by the police dept for that jurisdiction... maybe 2 of them....
so that i where i suggest you check.

Isabellawind 10-22-2019 09:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rockriver (Post 5006533)
i think a lot of folks would call a local authority...
i believe that i would go by the police dept for that jurisdiction... maybe 2 of them....
so that i where i suggest you check.


this has been done....posting here is a form of "casting the net".


thanks

Dogman635UT 10-24-2019 12:36 PM

I'm sure there is a NAME and informational contact information inside the BackPack, YES? Contacting the State Police who in turn will make notifications to SO's and PD's in the STATE.
Local TV NEWS Stations may work faster in spreading the word and information.

Any old photo's of the Backpack or man may be helpful.

Good Luck

99-Am.Star 10-24-2019 12:51 PM

you may want to check with the tow service that towed him I'm sure they have an address and possibly some other info like a phone number. Hope this helps you.

LETMGROW 10-24-2019 03:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 99-Am.Star (Post 5009754)
you may want to check with the tow service that towed him I'm sure they have an address and possibly some other info like a phone number. Hope this helps you.

The problem isn't that they don't know who the man is that lost the back pack but the man's daughter is looking for the lady who helped the man out.
Lynn


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