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Stolen I-Phone 8G

This I-Phone 8G has been reported stolen.
Serial Number :    011936009107618
Make :   I-Phone
Model :   8G
Year :   2010
Color :   Black
Additional Info :   Item was stolen on an Airtran Flight into Las Vegas (!!) off a food tray in August of 2010. Reported to the flight crew right away, looked everywhere, had them do an in flight announcement, called the phone (when taxing after landing - went right to voice mail since it was in airplane mode). Called again from rental car counter, and it rang this time. Called lost and found for Airtran next day, after waiting after the flight for the crew to search the plane - of course it could not be found. I suspect it was someone on the flight crew. Very easy for crew to walk up and down the aisles, pretending to pick up garbage, putting it in a bag and stowing it somewhere on the plane. Was an overnight flight, lights were dim, husband had his own row, dozed off and awoke to find his phone missing. Another reason flight crew is suspected is that prior to boarding, spoke to a woman who arrived in the prior flight for this plane, reported a stolen pair of very expensive Ray Ban sun glasses to the gate crew who radioed the flight crew, who could not located this (she had deplaned and my flight was boarding). Her original seat was only 1 seat ahead of my husband's. Just found the serial number the other day and it has been bugging me since this happened. At the very least, I would like to see this phone put out of service.

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This I-Phone 8G was reported stolen in Fairport, NY 14450, USA on 02-19-2012.

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