Radio West | Dec 11, 2012 | 4:59

    The Classifieds Stolen Santa

    This week in the Classifieds, we meet Lynn Higgins of Kamloops. Here's her ad: 'Santa Claus, plastic blow mold figure. About 3 feet high, from the 70's. Santa is with a dalmatian puppy. Taken from the front door of our house.' Here is Rebecca's conversation with Lynn.

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