Someone left roses and a message on a car parked Tuesday, May 1 at the Kent Station shopping center parking lot. Kent Station posted the photo on its Facebook page, but the mystery remains. COURTESY PHOTO

Someone left roses and a message on a car parked Tuesday, May 1 at the Kent Station shopping center parking lot. Kent Station posted the photo on its Facebook page, but the mystery remains. COURTESY PHOTO

War of the roses at Kent Station

Mystery remains over flowers, apology

  • Friday, May 4, 2018 1:30pm
  • Life

So why did someone leave roses and a sorry message on the windshield of a car this week parked at the Kent Station shopping center?

On Tuesday, May 1, someone returned to his or her car to find the surprise.

Kent Station staff posted the photo on its Facebook page hoping to get the story behind the roses, but so far no response from the guilty party or the receiver of the roses.

To be continued. …maybe.

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