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(07-16-2013 05:36 PM)rjcj2017 Wrote: Guys, just contact your local police, and if enough of you file a joint report they will look into it ... they actually can and do help with this stuff ... I got a card back last summer that way.
As the officer who got my card back explained to me, "there's stuff that we deal with every day that won't ever go away (break-ins, stolen cars, etc.), so when we do get a chance to help somebody directly with little stuff like this, we do it."
Good thing he showed up at the guy's house that day ... the guy had already put my card up on eBay.
But once the police showed up, he forked it over, no problems/questions asked.
The officer mailed it back to me, safe and sound.
Actually going and confronting someone is beyond dangerous ... if they're "off" enough to steal hockey cards, you can't put too much else past them.
Let the mods and police handle it, as hard as it may be to do that.
(07-16-2013 07:42 PM)roussy35 Wrote: I had actually thought about contacting the Peterborough Police. Anybody else want to call as well?
(07-22-2013 01:24 PM)roussy35 Wrote: Ok, ladies and gentlemen, just a quick update. I contacted the Peterborough Police department and they instructed me to contact my local police department. The lady was kind of rude about it.
(07-22-2013 02:04 PM)SGC300ier Wrote: Do you remember when we were kids and in school they taught us that police officers were our friends and that we should go to them for help? Seems a little different now that we're adults, doesn't it?