Some of the last memories that friends of Rebecca Hare have of the 23 year old before she passed away are from a vacation she took to Whistler in Feburary.
However, while visiting the resort with her partner Matt Lorraway the couple lost a GoPro camera that had footage of them doing various activities like snowmobiling and taking a zip line tour.
Now friends are reaching out to the community for help to find the missing camera’s footage of Hare, a Mackay, Queensland resident, during her last vacation.
Friend Amy Firth told The Question Hare and Lorraway were in Whistler between Feb. 3 and 17, spending much of their time in and around the Village and stayed at the Pan Pacific.
She said it is believed the couple lost the GoPro sometime after they got off the Creekside gondola. They rode down the hill to the Village and Firth said it was lost on that run and reported to lost and found at Whistler Blackcomb.
The GoPro belonged to Lorraway; it has a touch screen and a Monster Energy sticker on it.
Firth said even if it was just the footage on the camera returned they would be grateful as it was Hare’s first and only snowboarding trip and she loved every minute of it.
“All we are hoping for are the photos back as they are irreplaceable and their last memories together,” she wrote in an email.
Firth said after Hare arrived home in Australia at the end of her trip she went into hospital immediately and passed away five days later due to complications from leukemia.
“This is the last footage that we have,” she said.
If anyone has information about the GoPro or the footage on it they are asked to contact Firth at email@example.com.