May 2, 2007
On a recent trip to northern Arizona we unfortunately misplaced a wallet containing cards for a digital camera that featured images taken during our trip.
It was mine and my husband's first trip to Arizona together, and the lost images are therefore of tremendous sentimental value. The wallet disappeared between the 24th to the 26th of April 2007 and we're just trying to retrace our steps.
The item lost was as follows:
Small black wallet (closed size approx 2" x 5" and about 1/2" high) with the word CENTON in white lettering on the outside.
The wallet opened out to about three times its original size and contained the following:
3 x 1gb Kingston Compact Flash cards (spent - each containing 167 images).
1 x 128mb Jessops Compact Flash card (unused).
1 x 128mb SD card (unused).
1 x 256mb SD card (unused).
1 x SD to Compact Flash converter.
1 x 18mb Orange reduced sized multimedia card for mobile phone (unused).
I know we're probably clutching at straws back here in the UK, but any assistance would be very much greatly appreciated.
Many thanks in anticipation of your assistance,
Jacquie and Richard Lumb
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