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Feeling violated
By Reynelda McDonald


February 28, 2011
Monday PM

I have lived in Ketchikan most my life and have had the luck of never having anything stolen from me. That luck ended this past weekend on 2/26/11. My daughter and I stopped at McDonald's to get something to eat. While we were there I mistakenly left my purse in the restroom and left McDonalds. 5 minutes passed between the time I left and the time I returned to find my purse gone.

It was my fault for forgetting it, but it is horrible that whoever found it didn't have the decency to turn it in to Mcdonald's staff or the Plaza or at least the personal items that included my daughter's school pictures. This is an event that may seem small to some, but has left me feeling slightly violated. I have definitely learned my lesson!

Description of purse: Medium sized Coach purse Basic blue Coach logo on bottom with Dark blue leather trim on top with Coach written in cursive and a zipper closure with a blue leather handle.

Reynelda McDonald
Ketchikan, AK

About: "Life long Ketchikan Resident"

Received February 28, 2011 - Published February 28, 2011



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