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Law enforcement looking for missing stroller

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Teton County Sheriff’s Office is looking for who may have taken a black Bumbleride stroller that was left at the base area of Trail Creek (Old Pass) Road last week.

On Friday, November 16, an individual left the stroller at the foot of a relative’s driveway on Trail Creek Road. When she returned a short while later, it was gone. It’s possible the person taking it thought it was discarded or lost. If you found it or have seen a stroller like it in the area please contact the Sheriff’s Offices so they can get it back to the owner. (307) 733-2331.

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