Tag Archives: lost

BD writes:

This handsome lad has been hanging out in the lane way behind our house in D8, Kilmainham / Inchicore area the last few days. Well cared for, used to hoomans and very vocal. We’ve taken him in tonight and bringing him to our vets tomorrow for a microchip check. But in case he’s not bionic, is anyone missing a haus-tiger?

Anyone?

Usually, he’d have the stereo out of it by now.

Kidding.

Darragh Doyle tweetz:

If you lost a keyring with 5 keys on it, including 2 Mercedes keys and 3 smaller keys, with a Coachtraders tag near the Grand Canal today, I dropped them into Kevin Street Garda Station for you.

Oo-er missus, etc..

Sandymount, Dublin, yesterday.

Ultan Mashup writes:

Found out running – if you lost a Tesco cucumber in Sandymount: you’ll know where to find it. Post-Royal visit sandwich waste. 

Save Poolbeg.

Ruth McDonagh tweetz:

My friend’s 4 year old lost this teddy [on Saturday] outside the side entrance to Tesco in Mahon Point Shopping Centre [in Cork]. Huge sentimental value.

Anyone?

Fish Diamonds writes:

I just found a large white Samsung smartphone lying face down at Herbert Road car park in Bray [County Wicklow]. Tyre track across the back, with a thin crack across the screen I’m afraid. Recent loss- battery at 80% and I can see the main user name.  left my business card in with the uniform shop nearby, and will drop the phone in to Bray Garda station now.

Wishing you both a happy reunion.

Fair play in fairness

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Hugh writes:

I got on the [south-bound Dart] train at Lansdowne Road this morning and found a purse on the seat with some money in it. Shouted out at the platform before we left the station but no one was there. Have left a message at Irish Rail but they didn’t exactly seem mega efficient so thought I’d put it out here.

Anyone?

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Toy.

Story?

Conor Crowley tweetz:

Oh oh, look at what’s been left behind at stop #44 Drumcondra. Can anyone help?

Meanwhile…

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This afternoon.

Shiela Larkin asks:

But how? And why? At the junction of St. Stephens Green & Cuffee Street [Dublin 2[