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Post ID # 002297
- Date of Theft: May 28, 2014
- Location of Theft: Electric City Transit Blue Route Bus
- City Where Stolen: Anderson
- State: South Carolina
- Country: United States
- Zip/Postal Code: 29621
- Police Report Filed?: Yes
- Name of Police Agency: City of Anderson Police Department
- Case Number: 14-25577
- Listed: July 8, 2017 9:40 am
- Expires: 133 days, 21 hours
Missing organizer is a River Ridge Personal Organizer; black, leather, worn-out in tatters and patched with duct tape. Strap handle missing. Frontal left side is a phone holder that has speaker holes frayed down at the bottom with use and papers inside. Right frontal side contains a black Nokia 2600 Classic basic family phone with phone number of 864-221-1699, IMEI number 011941000093076. Contains sentimental pictures of grandfather and owner of organizer. Top flap has frayed down to few strings, but somewhat still holds. Sides patched with duct tape because of holes in it.
Front compartment: one has discount cards of stores the owner shops at, including Books-A-Million. Also has personal notes in it.
Back compartment holds three sub-compartments: First compartment medicaid and other cards in metallic money clip. Middle zipped compartment holds money and other smaller cards.
Final compartment holds envelopes for organizing money, including rent and bills. Blue ticket inside from field trip from years ago, and stamps as well.
Electric City Transit, Blue Route bus. From 208 Dickens Ave. to Belton Woods.
The reward for returning the organizer/wallet is $50 if everything remains intact; $0 if contents inside any and/or all of the compartments are thrown out, burned, destroyed or used in an identity theft by accident or on purpose (with malicious intent!) Same goes with the stolen cell phone!
Please contact the owner at 864-353-4931 if found or for more information.
June 27, 2014 Update: On June 17, 2014 the owner called the missing cell phone until a call was received by an unknown holder, and was hung up as though the person on the other line refused to talk or discuss any deal to return the phone to the rightful owner. Happened 3 times, and cell phone was turned off by taking out the battery or pressing the power button (the red hang-up button) on the third attempt ensuring no more calls.
Both the cell phone and personal organizer are now confirmed STOLEN.
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