Car was stolen from 2 Hampton close narre warren 2012. I believe it’s hiding out in a panel shop in morranin one street back from the big pokie venue
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Still Missing LOST: Ricky, Cockatiel, GLENALTA 8/5/19
Female Cockatiel. Yellow, grey & white. Pearl markings, tame, 6yo. Lost from Gannet Ave, Glenalta. Much loved family member! REWARD OFFERED! Phone 8278 1252 or Facebook message me. The first photo was taken in 2016. The second photo was taken on 30/12/2018, showing the Pearl markings on Ricky's wings and back. Ricky has an UNUSUALLY ROUNDED CHEST and STANDS VERY UPRIGHT. These descriptions may not be apparent to other people so All leads are gratefully appreciated!! Please Share if you can!
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It’s hard to imagine during these unprecedented times that there is still an element out there, stealing from others. Many of us are beyond caring why, we just want it to stop and we want theft responsibility, not just slapped on the back of the wrists and let loose to find another score. Police do their best, but the courts (when they are caught) decide for whatever reason, that the general public can handle the risk of another theft in the name of rehabilitation, and so let them free, with little to no compensation to the original victim.
Our hands are tied, many of us frustrated at the lack of accountability to the ones that do wrong and lack of support for the ones that do right. In the meantime, we all get to pay higher insurance premiums to replace the items stolen, just so these people have something nice and new to steal in the future. This is fuelling an industry thats gaining far too much momentum.
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Few of us on this planet are unaffected by the recent outbreak of Covid-19. Australia is in lock down and the majority of us are at home for way longer than most of us are happy with.
It's a very rare opportunity we have to tick off a few things off the long standing list of things to do.
One of which is to take a log of property we have in case an item is lost or stolen in the future. There is nothing worse than losing a beautiful family heirloom and unique piece of jewellery, which no description can do justice.
Thankfully, with today's technology, this is a very simple task. Smart phones these days come with well equipped camera's perfectly designed for the job.
Put an hour aside one day and take photos of all your valuable assets, focus on one item at a time and take different angles if warranted ie. Your pushbike may be a stock standard bike, but most of them have something unique about them. ie. scratches/dents …
All lost and found is a static website / database. Meaning when you post your lost item, it sits as a static record on this site for 30 days unless you remove your listing before.
The benefit of this is that anyone can search the site using keywords and/or categories as well as location to find an item, making the chances of a match much higher than if they were searching for a post via a facebook page.
Social media is a very effective tool in spreading the word about something, but no so effective in cataloging and filing posts so they are easy to find at a later date. In other words, once the post disappears down the timeline, unless you can remember which facebook page it was on or who posted the item, your chances of finding something you have seen previously is down to luck and perseverance.
The answer to this dilemma is: All lost and found (ALAF). Once you ad your listing to ALAF, you can then share that listing to as many social med…