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Posted on: October 10, 2014

[ARCHIVED] Register: Get Back Your Lost and Stolen Property

If your bike, smartphone or tablet is missing or stolen, Issaquah police now offer a new tool to help you track it down.

Our police have teamed up with TrackMole, a free service that helps recover lost and stolen property.

Using your item’s serial number (which can be found on the paperwork that came with it), we can help you find it through TrackMole.

TrackMole is a powerful property tracking and crime prevention tool that helps police departments and others identify owners of lost and stolen properties by using serial numbers.

As soon as the serial number on the property is searched, the owner simultaneously receives emails from TrackMole stating where it is, who has it and how to get it back.

Don’t have the serial number for your stolen item? Call our police department’s non-emergency line at 837-3200 to file a report.

Estimates show less than 5 percent of owners record the serial numbers of their property, which is the main identifier police use to locate and return lost and stolen property to its owner.

Using TrackMole is easy. Create a free account at or by using your Facebook, Amazon or Google+ login. Then, it takes less than an hour log the contents of your entire home.

You don’t need to provide your address or phone number. The only information needed for your TrackMole account is your name and email address.

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