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TIMMINS POLICE STILL SEEKING TO SPEAK WITH AIR CANADA FLIGHT #8433’s MYSTERY COUPLE IN REGARDS TO A MISPLACED WALLET

The Timmins Police is renewing its appeal for public assistance in regards to retrieving a misplaced wallet and having it returned to the rightful owner.
A wallet was accidentally left behind on an Air Canada flight into Timmins on Thursday, October 13th that arrived at 6:00 p.m. that day.
A Nova Scotia man flew into Timmins on Air Canada flight #8433.
He left his wallet on the plane and about 10 minutes after getting off the plane, he realized his mistake and returned to the terminal to try to retrieve his misplaced wallet.
This guest to Timmins called the matter into the Timmins Police based on advice provided by Airport Security staff.
The missing property in question is a man’s wallet, brown in colour, containing personal items belonging to the complainant.
The Timmins Police Service is looking for assistance from either or both or the passengers (see photo) who were on Air Canada flight #8433 on October 13th as they may be able to shed some light on this incident.
It is believed that the man in the photo, accompanied by the woman, was acting in good faith and gave the wallet to a person who held himself out to be the rightful owner.
The recipient of the wallet was not the rightful owner and assistance in obtaining a description or other identifiers of the recipient of the wallet is now being sought.
Apart from these passengers, if anyone can provide useful information regarding this incident, they are asked to call the Timmins Police at 705-264-1201 and ask to speak to an officer with the Alternate Response Unit (ARU) quoting incident TI22020409
We do appreciate the helpful guidance provided by the armchair detectives but flight manifests are protected under statutory privacy and transportation policies. We did check the garbage cans as well. Still no luck. Surely someone knows the man in this picture as he, acting in good faith, gave the wallet to a person who was not the lawful owner. We’d certainly appreciate some valid information in relation to this matter