The Stolen Camera Database at Stolen 911 is where victims fight back.

Developed by a Police Officer, Stolen 911 has helped in the recovery of thousands of dollars in stolen cameras and gear since 2007.

Post stolen cameras for free. Add as much detail as possible to increase your chances of a safe return. Edit, update or remove your stolen camera’s information as needed. When posted, use Stolen 911’s social media tools to share info to social media community groups.

Camera buyers, sellers, & and those who know about the whereabouts of a stolen cameras: If you recognize a camera, use the tip links embedded in the post to return the stolen camera or lens to its owner. You may even get a reward.

Before you post about your stolen camera to Facebook groups, Nextdoor and such, post it to Stolen 911 first! Many of the social media watch group’s posts cannot be shared.  On Stolen 911, all the posts can be shared easily.

Nikon d7100

Car broken into. Stole Nikon D7100 with 18-55 lens and 18-200 lens camera bag. Sd to lightening adapter and iPad Pro 9.7 The white lettering […]
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Reward $50.00

Stolen NEX

Parked east of the Esperanza School in Houston and grabbed dinner at the Tasty Arepa food truck. When I came back, my car window was […]
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