Stolen Recertified Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk 3TB External HardDrive and Removable Adapter


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The Details…

Date of Theft09/22/2017
Location of Theft18 Welborn ST Lot 27
Type of EquipmentExternal HardDrive
Serial NumberNA0M528W
Police Report Filed?Yes
Name of Police AgencyWest Pelzer Police Department
Case Number2917-13664

Here’s the Story…

Seagate external harddrive was stolen from rental home in second bedroom. Homeowner was present when current renter’s property was still in residence before theft. Homeowner states previous renter came to residence and took the property. Homeowner didn’t stop previous renter from stealing items. Current renter has contacted local police and filed a report: homeowner gave statement of incident.

External hard drive was inside an olive green laptop bag with zippers in black trim; the bag also had a black shoulder strap and two outside pockets of different sizes on the front of the bag. The back of the laptop bag had a large velcro pocket and inside storage space dividers.

The Seagate external hard drive was recertified and was all black in color. There is a docking station underneath the device that can be removed and will show the serial number shown in photos. The device’s only discernable feature is the cosmetic condition of the device; dusty and scuffed and is named TCG or TheComputerGuy when connected to a readable laptop or device.

Any information leading to return of the laptop or detainment of alleged thief will be rewarded with monetary value.

Listing ID: 041653

February 26, 2020 1:53 pm

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