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An interesting appeal in from Aldridge Neighbourhood Policing Team who have a number of items (pictured in the gallery above) which they think may have been stolen and are trying to trace the owners.
A quick one from the Chasewater page on Facebook – this lovely Donkey cuddly toy was found at Chasewater Railway, near the cafe yesterday by Debi Taylor.
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Shire Oak Facebook group member Helen Andrews Birt has asked me to post an appeal on the blog – she’s found a bunch of keys in Walsall Wood yesterday morning (Thursday, 12th May 2016) at 8:30am, with a distinctive space invader keyring.
Friend of the blog Mickey Rawshutterbug has lost a set of keys at Chasewater over the weekend; if you find a set on a black and white lanyard with a mixture of car and normal keys on it, please contact Mickey on twitter, hand them in to the innovation centre of mail me: BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. Cheers!
Mandie Taplin posted an urgent request on Facebook yesterday evening (23rd April 2015) – have you found some keys with 2 USB drives on them in Shire Oak?
It seems that reader and long time friend of the blog Caz has a somewhat unique talent for finding and reuniting lost property with it’s owners – not content with finding, catching and reuniting last month’s lost canary with it’s keeper, Caz has found a bunch of keys in Green Lane, Walsall Wood. Continue reading →