@broadsheet_ie Update re. Bike Gate (just got a call back from the guard who I talked to that day): The owner came back for the bike!
— Laura Nolan (@lauraannenolan) January 9, 2017
Previously: All’s Well That Ends Well
I know you don’t normally do this but I lost my wedding ring (above arrowed) Christmas Day while swimming on Greystones Beach [Greystones, County Wicklow] but by any small chance of that it’s now not pirate treasure at the the bottom of the Irish Sea and somebody found it could they drop a comment and let us know thanks.
My bike was stolen yesterday at Grantham Street (Dublin 8) between 3pm and 5.30pm It’s an out of the ordinary one, an electrical fold-up, Make :Go Cycle, Model: G2. No Questions asked if returned, €100 reward!
Left in a ‘pick-up’ taxi.
I left my brown Fender Telecaster Modern Player (above in foreground) behind in a taxi last night. In a guitar bag full of pedals amounting to around a grand’s worth.
I hailed the driver on South Circular Road [Dublin 8] at around 2.30 and he brought me to North Brunswick Street [Dublin 7] outside the Richmond apartments where I live. I left without thinking of it because im an idiot. No number no car type. :( The driver was of African descent that’s pretty much all I know…
UPDATE: Possible guitar sighting (see comments).
— Shauna McDermott (@smcd80) December 19, 2016
Tim Riordan writes:
I found someone’s lost Lenovo phone in Smithfield Square [Dublin 7] at 7.15pm this being – if you recognise the people in the picture get them to call it and I’ll answer it and get it back to them- will drop in to the Garda station near the Four Courts otherwise…
Ranelagh Station, Dublin 6
I know you don’t usually do this. But I found a sum of money at Ranelagh Station at around nine this morning. It’s the time of year where that might really matter to someone.
Any chance you might post this and put me in touch with anyone who can give the correct details of the amount and where I found it….
Every little good deed and all that.
John Gallen writes:
It was lovely to get this from the gang in The History Press this morning :) Wishing Brian White success with the Little Book Of Bray & Enniskerry! And thanks Broadsheet for posting in your ‘are these yours?’ / lost n’ found!
Have a great weekend!
Previously: Left In A Dublin Bike