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Post ID # 046405
- Date of Theft: March 11, 2018
- Location of Theft: Tower District ~ Fresno, Ca
- Street: 1116 Fulton St.
- City Where Stolen: Fresno
- State: California
- Country: United States
- Zip/Postal Code: 93728
- Type of Property: Handmade Costumes; suitcases; AfghaniJewelry Pieces; Sephora Make-up with brushes; cam corder & tripod
- Make: Irreplacable Customized costumes
- Model: Afghani Jewelry & Sony camcorder & tripod
- Color: Sephora & Urban Decay Makeup
- Police Report Filed?: Yes
- Name of Police Agency: Fresno City Police Dept.
- Case Number: TBA
- Listed: March 11, 2018 8:12 pm
- Expires: 139 days, 6 hours
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Following her last night’s performance at Fresno Rogue Festival, my daughter’s Prius was broken into in the Fresno Tower District and her dance suitcase & bag with irreplaceable hand-made costumes were stolen. They have no street value, but we spent endless hours of work put in to making these costumes, custom designed to go with our Tribal Fusion Bellydance Troupe of 6 people, with similar hand-made matching costumes. There was also a dance Saber (sword)and some finger cymbals that can be of no use to anyone but a tribal fusion bellydancer, which have extensive sentimental, but no monetary value. Also, gifts & Thank-You Cards which she hadn’t even had the chance to open yet were stolen as well…given to her by her dance students who also performed in this year’s 2018 Rogue Festival.
In addition several pieces of Afghani jewelry were in the suitcase & bags. Also stolen was a Sony CamCorder & attachements in case (with all our performances recorded on it) along with a 60″ tripod in black carrying case.
I am requesting return of these items with no questions asked, offering a small fee to anyone who can help me recover these items. We would be mot grateful even if left anonymously at the Fresno Police Station; especially the costumes!
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