This photo was found in the frame aisle of Deals World in White Rock.

Owner of mystery photo sought

Photo found in White Rock's Deals World depicts two images, possibly of the same person as a child and a grown man.

White Rock cashier Joanne Beach can’t help but think that the photograph is an important one.

Featuring side-by-side images of a young boy and a grown man, it was found two or three months ago in the frame aisle of Deals World.

And though Beach kept it propped up at her till in the hopes whoever left it behind would return to claim it, so far, the mystery behind its owner’s identity and who is pictured remains just that – a mystery.

“I just had a feeling that it could be an important picture,” Beach said Thursday. “They were obviously looking for a frame for the picture, left the picture.

“Something like that, you never know – it could be important. I just hope we can find the owner.”

Anyone who recognizes the photo is asked to contact Peace Arch News at 604-531-1711 or drop by 200-2411 160 St.

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