Good Samaritan looking to return camera found in Greater Victoria to its owner

Camera was found on Mount Tolmie sundial

Is anyone looking for a lost camera?

If so, it may have been found on the sundial at the peak of Mount Tolmie.

A local resident Josh Stevens posted on multiple Facebook groups and his own Facebook profile about finding the camera in the hopes of finding its owner.

Based on the photos, the camera appears to be a Sony A-series E-mount camera with a 16-50mm lens.

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“My family and I just found this Sony camera at the sundial in Mount Tolmie,” the Facebook post reads. “It looks as though the person who lost it set it down on the sundial and then walked away.”

Stevens said there are “very specific” photos on the camera, which the owner will have to describe and be someone in one or more of the pictures in order to get the camera back.

“Please help us get this camera back to its owner,” Stevens said in the post.

Stevens can be contacted through his Facebook page.


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