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Two questions, what would you do? what would you want to do?

My daughter was out clubbing last night and lost her phone...... like so most young teenagers ( she is just 18 ) the phone is a top end iPhone 5s 16gb.

We have reported to the club, they say no one has handed it in.
Reported to the police
Are posted to insurance company

My daughter has posted on Facebook the tragedy of her lost iPhone (fund my iphone was turned off as it drains her battery !!!!!!) low and behold a friend of a friend has come forward to say she found it and handed it in to a specific security guy.

Checked again at the club, no luck so far.....

So do I suck it up and let the insurance company sort it........ or challenge the
Security guy "let's call him Daniel" as I know for sure it was handed to him.

Police are not that interested at the moment.
 

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Tell the police it was handed to "Daniel" and let them sort it out he must have given it to someone else or he still has it.

Can you not block it?
 

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personally i would be having a word with " Daniel" first and if no joy get the friend to have a word with the old bill oh and make sure he has a licence to be a " security " person and that the club have him registered...
 

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talk to daniel then to the club owner/manager most clubs have cctv so it may be on that anyway
 

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Speak to the club manager, if no joy go to the police. The downside would be that if the police did get involved she could then be given a hard time every time she goes to that club
 

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The phone has been cut off and barred, police
Have already been informed, but they don't
seem interested in the fact we now know it
was handed in.

Club is closed today but I will be calling them
tomorrow..... it's Oceana which have clubs up
and down the country, I am sure they won't want
the details of this on Facebook and Twitter.

Thieving at clubs is bad enough, but it's a
sad world when you can't trust security.
you can't trust security.

Cheers guys
 
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