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Lost & Found at Mitchell Park - the Drop

Original post made by Carol, Palo Verde, on Dec 18, 2006

I had cause to check the lost & found at Mitchell Park today and was utterly amazed at the stuff there. From jackets to bike helmets, the stuff was piled up. What was even more amazing was the number of lost wallets, purses and even a handbag. There were several key rings complete with keys. Anyway, if you have someone who frequents the library or the Drop and has lost something or even (stolen?), check there. It is locked up so you will have to ask someone to help you. (Unfortunatly I didn't find the missing jacket I was looking for, I hope it is at JLS!!)

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Posted by Randy
a resident of Palo Verde
on Oct 18, 2015 at 12:34 pm

I found an iPhone on Greer near Maddux. Call it today before battery runs out and I will meet you to return it.


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