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# 126988 25-Jul-2013 22:05
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Hi, I had the unhappy experience of being burgled at a motel in Mangere, Auckland a few months ago.  In addition to taking many of my personal possessions - most with none to little monetary value like my irreplaceable collection of family photographs.  The burglar also took took my very old iphone (model 1) which was on the 2degrees network.  Although its worth little to nothing, I hope that someone will be able to locate it so that I might recover the other items.  The IMEI of the phone is 0117130067xxxxx, serial number 84833JUxxxx.  I'm offering $500 to anyone whom can locate the address of this phone if it results in the recovery of the items of sentimental value.  I don't care about the phone itself.

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  # 866222 25-Jul-2013 22:10
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Sorry for your loss. you have actual very little chance to recover it by now.

Also if you have a police report you can contact 2degrees and have the IMEI blocked from their network.




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  # 866249 25-Jul-2013 23:06
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'Find My iPhone' not installed?




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  # 866322 26-Jul-2013 08:41
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The items of nil value will have long been dumped in a skip bin down some dark alleyway, 

The phone will likely have been given to a local kid as an incentive to look out for cops in the neighbourhood .....

Your chances of finding your items together with the phone are unfortunately near zero, 



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  # 866854 26-Jul-2013 21:38
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DamageInc: 'Find My iPhone' not installed?


iPhone 1 doesn't support it, thanks anyway.

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  # 868461 30-Jul-2013 13:05
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kenmurrayx3: Hi, I had the unhappy experience of being burgled at a motel in Mangere, Auckland a few months ago.  In addition to taking many of my personal possessions - most with none to little monetary value like my irreplaceable collection of family photographs.  The burglar also took took my very old iphone (model 1) which was on the 2degrees network.  Although its worth little to nothing, I hope that someone will be able to locate it so that I might recover the other items.  The IMEI of the phone is 0117130067xxxxx, serial number 84833JUxxxx.  I'm offering $500 to anyone whom can locate the address of this phone if it results in the recovery of the items of sentimental value.  I don't care about the phone itself.


That's sad : ( We had our TV stolen from our Land Rover outside our Motel in Foxton in 1999 ,when me my mum and dad moved to the South Island.... It's pretty scary feeling when you have been invaded : ( I have stolen my self in the past being honest but i don't do that anymore because it is wrong and it's hurtfull to the people who worked really hard to buy their possessions. I hope you get your stuff back especially the photos. 

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