Student appeals for return of study notes

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A final year degree student at the South Eastern Regional College ‘s Lisburn campus is appealing for the return of notes stolen from her car.

The woman was visiting friends in Old Warren on the evening of Monday February 9 when her car was broken into.

A window was smashed and a black messenger bag ,with white spots and circles, was stolen from inside the vehicle.

The bag contained an A4 folder (white and multi coloured), an A4 Pukka Pad (navy and pink) with Business Studies notes, a purple Helix pencil case containing a Livescribe pen and purple Kipling wallet purse.

The student said: “I am desperate to get my notes back for my final year degree.

“The notes inside are for my final year degree and of a lot of importance to me and no one else.

“So, hopefully they were dumped somewhere nearby.

“If anyone sees my belongings can you please contact the Star on 9267 9111 or hand it in to the police station?

“Even if I can just get the notepad back, I would be more than grateful.

“The police have advised me it could be anywhere between here and Belfast over a hedge, in a bin or someone’s garden but any help would be very much appreciated.”