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Peachland evacuees have truck and camper stolen

Terry Mains didn't even get a chance to pack up his valuables when the evacuation order for Peachland residents came down Sunday.

He and his wife were camping and rushed home to find their town was in emergency mode.

That's bad enough.

But as they waited at a motel to get back home, someone stole their truck with the camper on the back.

Terry and Louise Joyce's stolen camper and Dodge Ram 3500 Dually truck (Contributed by: Terry and Louise Joyce)

The evacuation order has now been lifted and they're back home.

Terry explains what happened to Daybreak host, Chris Walker.
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