A family vacationing in Portland had their camper van filled with all their clothes and other belongings stolen from the parking lot at Washington Park.
Police responded to the park near the children's playground at Southeast Sherwood Boulevard and Carter Avenue at 12:25 p.m. Tuesday.
Family members told officers the van was parked in the parking lot and had been stolen within the previous hour.
The family is vacationing in Oregon from California.
The van is described as a white 2009 Ford van with a camper top and California license plates 6GHV448.
Anyone who sees the van with someone inside it should call 911. Anyone who spots the van unoccupied is asked to call the non-emergency line at 503-823-3333.
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