Replacement window cam lock

A quick learner from Washington, USA says:
This is on a Milgard casement window that opens to the right. This lock is at the lower part of the window. The handle came free from the locking cam. There are few markings on the mechanism. Can you source? It's almond in color.
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Tom from SWISCO responded:

Thanks for reaching out to us! We don't sell this exact lock, but you may be able to use either our 38-095 or 38-096 as a replacement. Look over our specs in each case and see if either one lines up to your original lock.

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Alternate view of 38-095

Alternate view of 38-095
Alternate view of 38-095

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Side view of 38-096

View of 38-096 Hole Centers
View of 38-096 Hole Centers

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