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Competitive figure skater gets his size 10.5 skates stolen

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Dylan Archambault
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Local figure skater Dylan Archambault figure skates were stolen from a car Tuesday.

The theft took place in the driveway of his Terra Nova home.

The 19-year-old recently competed in the Skate Canada Junior Nationals in Victoria,

His mother Cheryl told The Review that the skates are useless to anyone else—Dylan is six foot three and wears size 10.5—and will probably get dumped somewhere. If anyone spots a pair of large figure skates, please drop them off to the Richmond RCMP.

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