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V-Nose Cargo Trailer Stolen – VIN 1D9BE1427KF803123
stolen
October 24, 2020
San Marcos Police Department
V-Nose Cargo Trailer Stolen - VIN 1D9BE1427KF803123
VIN: 1D9BE1427KF803123
REWARD $500
Our Home Stolen! This Custom Shuttle Bus Was Taken – Reward
stolen
January 19, 2022
Berkeley Police Department
Our Home Stolen! This Custom Shuttle Bus Was Taken - Reward
VIN: 1FDFE45S09DA18772
REWARD $500
ATVs Stolen Off Lumberton Property – VINs JSAAL41A172105519 & 1HFTE270284705599
stolen
January 15, 2022
Pearl River County Sheriff Department
ATVs Stolen Off Lumberton Property - VINs JSAAL41A172105519 & 1HFTE270284705599
VIN: 1HFTE270284705599
Stolen Freedom Car Hauler Trailer VIN 5WKBE3638N1073772
stolen
January 3, 2022
Miami-Dade Police Department
Stolen Freedom Car Hauler Trailer VIN 5WKBE3638N1073772
VIN: 5WKBE3638N1073772
REWARD $5000
Classic Chevy Impala Stolen In Massive Storage Unit Break-In
stolen
December 23, 2021
Newman Police Department
Classic Chevy Impala Stolen In Massive Storage Unit Break-In
VIN: 21847L179021
Classic Airstream International Land Yacht Stolen
stolen
October 6, 2020
Midland Police Department
Classic Airstream International Land Yacht Stolen
VIN: 129D2J3644
They stole everything – 1956 Chevy, 2001 Chevy 3500 & enclosed trailer
stolen
October 10, 2021
Montgomery Police Department
They stole everything - 1956 Chevy, 2001 Chevy 3500 & enclosed trailer
VIN: VA56L083700
Scamp Trailer Stolen With Personal Belongings
stolen
November 7, 2021
Santa Fe Police Department
Scamp Trailer Stolen With Personal Belongings
VIN: 1S7R13102S0115027
Stolen 28″ Kitchen Trailer in Hawthorne, CA
stolen
October 16, 2021
Hawthorne Police Department
Stolen 28" Kitchen Trailer in Hawthorne, CA
VIN: 1A9G1U02XMA898373

HOW DOES IT WORK?

digital fingerprint

Solving theft crimes since 2007. Stolen property listed on Stolen 911 is indexed by the major search engines like Google creating your stolen item's Digital Fingerprint. After creating a post, users can easily share the information on Social Media, but with all the case details listed in one place to collect leads. 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 item will be listed and searchable for 5 years. If it’s not recovered, you can list it again free each year until it’s located.

Theft Investigator Marc Hinch
MARC HINCH
Private Investigator

about Marc

Stolen 911 was created by Marc Hinch as a public service to help fight crime. Marc spent 21 years as a police investigator specializing in theft crimes in California. Using Stolen 911, Marc has developed leads for theft cases all across the US, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Marc is now a licensed private investigator.

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