By John Bourne - 15th August 2012 7:00am
A couple of weeks ago, whilst walking the canal between Audlem and Coxbank (for the first time in 50 years) I lost my mobile phone.
I used it when on the field behind the Shroppie Fly and first missed it on Hardy's Lane at Coxbank.
I did the usual, retracing my steps, using another mobile to call it, sent a text message to it offering a £25 reward to the finder with a landline number to call. I asked at various establishments back in Audlem. To date, nothing.
South Cheshire & West Mercia police have been informed.
It was a Nokia 6303 of mega vintage. Black with a stainless steel back. The SIM is all I would want returning. I need some of the numbers and some info from the texts messages.
The reward is still there if anyone finds it. Any help through the website would be appreciated.
Many thanks, John Bourne.( Late of Rose Cottage, Coxbank, 1950 — 1960)
(If you can help, please let Audlem Online know and we will put you in touch with John.)
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