“Robert won Boise’s heart when he went missing,” wrote 10-year-old Tina Stulanovic, who placed the letter in the growing collection of stuffed animals, candles and notes in memory of Robert Manwill that sprouted up near the Vista Avenue apartment where he went missing.
“Robert won Boise’s heart when he went missing,” wrote 10-year-old Tina Stulanovic, who placed the letter in the growing collection of stuffed animals, candles and notes in memory of Robert Manwill that sprouted up near the Vista Avenue apartment where he went missing. Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesma
“Robert won Boise’s heart when he went missing,” wrote 10-year-old Tina Stulanovic, who placed the letter in the growing collection of stuffed animals, candles and notes in memory of Robert Manwill that sprouted up near the Vista Avenue apartment where he went missing. Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesma

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