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Help Immobilise Property Theft Register Your Valuables!

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Found 30th Jan 2006
This campaign to immobilise property theft and return stolen items to their rightful owners, has been running since early 2005. They have over 15 million items registered already and 10 million users.

You can register anything with a serial number: iPods/Mp3 players, bicycles, cameras, mobile phones, jewellery, tools, TV's, sat nav systems and so on...

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Just had my bike stolen last night :x This would have come in useful...

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Ahh poppy ((hugs)) thats terrible!

Rayman, this is a great idea ...... now i only wish i had something valuable to register :roll:

Well, I've got some "valuables", but I don't think they would agree to register it... :wink:

Original Poster

Sorry to hear that poppy10 One of my relatives had a handbag stolen a couple of weeks ago. It's the personal things, like photographs or personal gifts that are the real valuables though.

At least material things can be replaced [or returned if immobolise works [not for kemot1984's valuables though :roll:]

You can register anything with a serial number millacat You can rush around the house sticking serial numbers on everything, then you'll have loads

:pirate:

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At least material things can be replaced [or returned if immobolise works … At least material things can be replaced [or returned if immobolise works [not for kemot1984's valuables though ]




If he stuck a serial number on his valuables he might! :lol:

Thanks Ray ... i do have a few things worth registering! :thumbsup:
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