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    Post ID # 042324
  • Date of Theft: October 8, 2017
  • Type of Jewelry: sterling silver
  • City Where Stolen: Redmond / Eagle Crest Resort
  • State: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 97756
  • Police Report Filed?: Yes
  • Name of Police Agency: Deschutes County Sheriff
  • Case Number: 17-313597
  • Listed: October 10, 2017 10:28 am
  • Expires: 52 days, 1 hour
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REWARD! $$$$$
A bag of assorted personal items was left in room 225 ( Eagle Crest resort hotel) the morning of Sunday October 8. It was discovered missing and reported to housekeeping at 6:00pm on Sunday.
The bag was picked up from the front desk on Monday October 9 at 8:45am.
This bag contained a number of items which were all returned.
ONE item was removed from this bag prior to it’s return.
A honeymoon gift from 2005 which is deeply sentimental. REWARD $$$$ for the return of this. Please help this cherished piece get back to it’s owner where it belongs.

WIDE cuff silver bracelet depicting 5 bears in various postures and sizes.
( two bears shown in picture)

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