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Layla Sturgeon is digitally fingerprinted while creating identification sheet Thursday at Salmon Arm GM. The dealership has made available an Operation Kidsafe fingerprint station free to the community. It provides an ID printout, intended to assist law enforcement in missing persons investigations. No database or records of children is stored, the only record is the ID printout, which goes home with the recipient for safekeeping.  - Lachlan Labere photo
Layla Sturgeon is digitally fingerprinted while creating identification sheet Thursday at Salmon Arm GM. The dealership has made available an Operation Kidsafe fingerprint station free to the community. It provides an ID printout, intended to assist law enforcement in missing persons investigations. No database or records of children is stored, the only record is the ID printout, which goes home with the recipient for safekeeping.
— image credit: Lachlan Labere photo

Layla Sturgeon is digitally fingerprinted while creating identification sheet Thursday at Salmon Arm GM. The dealership has made available an Operation Kidsafe fingerprint station free to the community. It provides an ID printout, intended to assist law enforcement in missing persons investigations. No database or records of children is stored, the only record is the ID printout, which goes home with the recipient for safekeeping.

 

 

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