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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MISSING a Sun Conure, yellow parrot, as of the 08/01/2021, he is 1 year old, his name is Cheeky, and I am completely shattered without him. He flew away from New Auckland, Gladstone, but that was a week ago and he could be with anyone, anywhere. I am offering a $3000 reward for his return, or for information that leads to his return, yes $3000. I just want my boy back. If you see anything, or hear anything, please, contact me on 0437 369 373. He may respond to his name, in a gentle high pitch voice, whilst clicking your fingers.
Dell G7 7588 Laptop 15 inches Has missing key (comma, apostrophe key) next to Enter key Black tape covering front camera Service tag = 3G59FP2
Laptop was in big Flylite backpack. Also had numerous other things including a Passport and a book titled Before The God Fiction Took Over Earth and Aegis Geek Vape Vapouriser Black/Rainbow colour amongst many thing
STOLEN from Fairy Meadow: my mum's large cement Leopard I brought all the way back from QLD after she died 😭😭😭😭, please let me know if you see it anywhere or someone trying to sell it
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One of the most common mistakes when listing an ad is just posting a photo of the item with no description. Many people believe that a photo says it all! In many cases it does, but not in this case.
The problem is a photo is just a photo and unless it comes with descriptive tags, a photo on its own won't show up in the search results. unless it’s been added to an indexed database, where further description is necessary.
Even if it has been listed in the right category on a database, your ad may be competing with hundreds of similar ads.
That’s where your description plays a very important part.
Details such as the: Make/Brand, model number and colour can refine search results in some cases from 1000 ads down to a dozen or so. Meaning 1. Your ad will show up first and 2. People searching for your ad are much less likely to give up the search early.
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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.
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 …