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Lost bag Dulwich Park 24th Oct


Holly74

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Hello,

I left a small black running rucksack containing a black jumper and a green coat on a bench near the car parking area in Dulwich Park yesterday morning, around 9.30. It was out of my sight for about 5 minutes, but was either taken or moved.

There was nothing of great value in it, and am hoping it was either taken by someone who assumed it was lost - I?ve contacted the park office and cafe - or taken and quickly discarded. If anyone sees it please pm me.

Thanks

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