Reward $5,000.00
November 5, 2021
Buena Park Police Department
Case # - 21-38352
UNIQUE IDENTIFIERS - If plugged in it should pop up as Elements and there should be multiple folders inside, two of them are named Jeremy and Lynne. Total storage is close to 2 Terabytes.

At approximately 10:50 pm to 1:30 am last night (11/06) my friend’s car got broken into at a parking lot (8290 La Palma Ave, between Stanton Avenue and Maple Drive). There were possibly other cars involved since there was broken glass at multiple spots in the lot. Apparently, the police were already there and left a notecard on the windshield. Called the number on the card and so far no luck, so now I have no choice but to make a plea here and on other online forums. My backpack got stolen and inside it was a 2TB portable hard drive. Inside it is a ton of pictures and videos of my friends/family/pets/and a whole other bunch of memories that are irreplaceable (if I remember correctly it should be kind of halfway filled, about 700GB-1TB ish). If it is formatted, there is still a chance to recover at a data recovery center and I can still give the reward. You can keep my backpack and everything else inside, I just want my memories back please, it’s going to be extremely disheartening and depressing without having it not only for me but for my family as well. Here is what the backpack and drive look like in case it’s just thrown out somewhere.

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