For the record 11-4-13

Police Dept. Report
Lost and found—Items that have been turned in to the Concordia Police to be identified and their location found include: KS Medical card, Dairy Queen grass, Oct. 7; reading glasses, 300 block of Washington, Oct. 9; purse, golf course, Oct. 14; Samsung phone/battery, 100 block West 12th, Oct. 15; several different keys  on ring, 800 Broadway, Oct. 23; air compressor, 400 Broadway, Oct. 29; Verizon phone w/cover, 16th and State, Oct. 30; Mongoose bicycle, 100 block East 7th, Oct. 31; back pack, 100 block East 7th, Oct. 31; one black and silver key, sidewalk in front of Sonic, Sept. 16; keys with plastic green die and leather decoration (turned in to Post Office), Sept. 26; child's tutu, Fall Fest booth, Sept. 28; camera card, sidewalk in front of Feldkamps, Sept. 28. The following items were found at Walmart and brought to the Police Department on Oct. 8 to be identified and claimed: five pieces of mail, pet health records, black Chevy key on key ring, key ring with fob, silver key, black covered key, black Ford key; key ring with one gold key; key ring with Ford key, fob, M&M key. The following items were found at Dollar General and brought to the Police Department on Oct. 13 to be identified and claimed: Credit card, two Chevy keys, fob, Rod's card on key ring, two pairs glasses in case.


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