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Stolen Apple MC297ZD/A iPod classic 160Gb

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This Apple MC297ZD/A iPod classic 160Gb has been reported stolen.
Serial Number :    8K144M5N9ZU
Make :   Apple
Model :   MC297ZD/A iPod classic 160Gb
Year :   2009
Color :   Black
Additional Info :   MC297ZD/A iPod classic 160Gb Black in black leather flip case. Contained in a bag that was stolen from 5-a-side pitches at Eel Brook Common, Fulham Broadway, London. Theft took place on 26/04/2012 between 7-8pm. Bag was a tatty grey/blue Quicksilver rucksack which contained: - Wallet (Driving license, Nationwide debit/credit cards, Imperial College ID, Oyster cards) - Glasses & sunglasses - iPad 2 - iPod classic - Fortran programming textbook - Various scientific papers - Black notebook containing PhD studies - Dre Beats Studio headphones - Other odds and ends (stationary etc.) The 'Find my iPhone' app installed on the iPad last recognised it at the location in the photo uploaded (10pm on 26/04/2012), although it has since probably been wiped. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!! I am hoping that as the volume of PhD work is meaningless for most people, but is virtually irreplaceable for me, there is an outside chance of it being recovered. I am offering a reward of £100 for recovery.

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