ABOUT STOLEN 911
Create a “Digital Fingerprint” of your stolen property
Stolen items listed on Stolen 911 are indexed by the major search engines like Google, Bing and Yahoo. After creating a post, users can easily share the information on Social Media. Unlike other stolen property sites, anyone can view or post stolen property on Stolen 911. You do not have to register to look through our user created database.
If you just post your stolen property on a classified site like Craigslist, your listing will expire in a couple of weeks. On Stolen 911 your stolen property will be listed and searchable for one year. If it’s not recovered, you can list it again free each year until it’s located.
Stolen 911 was created by Marc Hinch as a public service to help fight crime. Marc is a 18 year veteran police detective in California currently assigned to the Alameda County Regional Auto Theft Task Force (ACRATT). Using Stolen 911, Marc has developed leads for theft cases all across the US and Canada. Marc can be contacted at Twitter @HeyHinch, Facebook or the Stolen 911 contact page.