Hi, a guy stolen my black handbag from my car its with my driving license, ATM CARDS, library card, visa card, memory card, some receipts and my son's red Coat, it happened at Henderson kmart car park. I think that guy might have took the cash and threw out the bag somewhere, Please if someone happen to see it or find the bag kindly let me know.
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