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Lost at Taco Bell, Columbia, KY: Red Nintendo 3ds

Thersia Absher writes:
My family and I were at Taco Bell in Columbia and when we left my youngest daughter accidentally forgot her red Nintendo 3ds there in the window sill at the booth we were sitting in. We went back to try to get it and it was gone. But anyway, we would greatly appreciate it if anyone has any information or knows who took it to please return it.. My daughter is very heart broken that her ds is gone, it had alot of pictures on it that exist no where else and are important to her. Any information or if you're the person who took it please call 270-378-5867 to return it. --Thersia Absher
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