YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — When Robert McKinney moved from Terrace Heights to Missouri in 2006, he packed a blue suitcase with some of his most precious possessions — framed portraits of his children, their families and his wife of 49 years, Joyce.
The photos had sat for years on a side table in his living room. So he was understandably upset when the suitcase didn’t arrive at his new home in the small town of Billings, said daughter Kathy Scheckla of West Richland.
“That’s all he’s really got as far as pictures,” Scheckla said. “He doesn’t have any more pictures of the family.”
The suitcase instead arrived at Paul McCulloh’s home in Wenatchee in 2011, delivered with the contents of his Yakima storage unit, which he hadn’t visited in 51 years. Last summer, McCulloh, 86, began his quest to find its owner.
McCulloh’s neighbor brought the suitcase to the Yakima Herald-Republic (http://bit.ly/2ghMUj1). A story …
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