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Post ID # 038088
- Date of Theft: June 13 2017
- Location of Theft: parking lot at Value Village
- Street: 2115 Faithful Avenue
- City Where Stolen: Saskatoon
- State: Saskatchewan
- Country: Canada
- Police Report Filed?: Yes
- Name of Police Agency: Saskatoon City Police
- Case Number: 17-55943
- Listed: June 18, 2017 1:59 pm
- Expires: 25 days, 11 hours
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On Tuesday June 13th someone broke into my car while I was working and stole the purse that I forgot in it. They got everything I had, my ID, my keys, my debit and credit card. Everything. He then used my debit card tap feature at the gas station across the street to purchase gas and smokes. I’m asking that if anyone sees a purse like the one pictured here to please contact me or turn in it to the police. Purse was stolen from Value Village parking lot and used at the FasGas across the street at 11:34 am. He then traveled to the Tim Horton’s on Millar Avenue where he attempted to use my card again at 11:55 am and was declined (I had canceled my cards by now). The next hit was at the McDonald’s on Idylwyld at 12:17pm where it was again declined. The police have his face and his car. I’m hoping he just took what he wanted out of the purse and dumped it somewhere. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
Inside my purse would likely be a purple umbrella, a red vaporizer (if not sold), a carabiner with various keys and keychains, a ring, feminine products, and maybe the rest of my cards… maybe even the rear view mirror he stole too…
Purse is a brown leather Ecosusi purse like the one pictured here. It’s a little worn but still nice.
The second photo is of the car and the man in the light coloured shirt is the man who used my card. I cannot really see the other person in the vehicle.
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