A plaque erected on Highway 99 to commemorate the life of a former Whistler and Pemberton resident has gone missing just days after its placement.
The solid brass plaque was erected last Monday, June 18 by friends and family of Jim Corvese, who was killed four years ago when the car he was driving veered off the highway on the way to his home in Pemberton. The plaque was noticed missing last Sunday.
Kraig Kinsman, one of Corveses friends who helped put up the plaque, says he just wants the plaque put back where it was.
"I dont care who did it, I just want them to put it back," he said. "That plaque means a lot to us."
He added that Jims mother had made a special trip from Toronto for the ceremony.
Anyone with information regarding its disappearance or whereabouts is asked to contact Kinsman at 935-1878.
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