Recovery Stories

30 Apr 2021
USZ75594

Laptop found in a coffee shop in GA. Owner has been contacted and is making arrangement to get it back.

30 Apr 2021
USZ51232

A Good Samaritan called STOP’s 24/7 Recovery Hotline to report that she found a STOP-tagged laptop buried in hedges while doing some yard work. STOP identified the device’s owner in the registration database and notified the administrator. The device has been stolen almost two years ago! Recovery process is underway.

29 Apr 2021
USA181449

A brief case containing a STOP-tagged laptop was forgotten in a shopping cart at a grocery store in Walnut Creek, Calif. Store employee called STOP's 24/7 Recovery Hotline and provided the STOP ID Number. STOP verfied the registered owner, who was notified. Recovery process is underway.

27 Apr 2021
USA140940

Laptop found on lawn in a backpack. Contacted school and they are making arrangements for recovery.

22 Apr 2021
USL30482

A STOP-tagged laptop was found near a Trader Joe's store in Brookline, Mass. STOP identified the registered owner and contacted him. Recovery process is underway.

20 Apr 2021
USY48887

University staffer at a school of medicine called STOP's hotline to report that he found a STOP-tagged laptop that was lost in the medical ICU. STOP notified the owner/administrator and recovery process is underway.

31 Mar 2021
USA280329

Guest left laptop at a motel in Cicero NY. Owner has picked it up.

23 Mar 2021
USA274003

Laptop left by hotel guest in Meriden CT. Owner is making arrangements to get it back.

12 Mar 2021
USY53246

A Chicago-area taxi driver called STOP's 24/7 Recovery Hotline to report that a passenger left a carry bag containing a STOP-tagged laptop in his taxi. STOP was able to identify the registered owner by the STOP ID Number on the Security Plate, which the taxi driver provided. STOP notified the registered owner, a large healthcare organization, and recovery process is underway.

10 Mar 2021
USA330503

Laptop found in patient's belonging after coming home from hospital. Arrangements being made to return it.

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