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KCPD reunites family with man’s 1942 Army documents

The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department said it has tracked down the family after a man’s Army documents from 1942 were found during a property crimes investigation.Police tweeted photos of the documents on Saturday, writing, “Today, Central Patrol officers were at a vacant motel on a property crimes investigation. They found these Army documents from 1942 among some stolen property.”In a second tweet, they added, “We believe these are stolen too and want to get them back to the owner or his family. If anyone knows Army Sgt. Carl A. Wolfe who served at Ft’ Riley in 1942.”On Monday, police announced that they located the son of Army Sgt. Carl W. Wolfe and he was given the documents.

The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department said it has tracked down the family after a man’s Army documents from 1942 were found during a property crimes investigation.

Police tweeted photos of the documents on Saturday, writing, “Today, Central Patrol officers were at a vacant motel on a property crimes investigation. They found these Army documents from 1942 among some stolen property.”

In a second tweet, they added, “We believe these are stolen too and want to get them back to the owner or his family. If anyone knows Army Sgt. Carl A. Wolfe who served at Ft’ Riley in 1942.”

On Monday, police announced that they located the son of Army Sgt. Carl W. Wolfe and he was given the documents.

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