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Online Service Allows Users to Track Their Valuables

December 6, 2010

LAS VEGAS - The holiday shopping season is underway, and that means shoppers are vulnerable to theft. That's why police are urging people to take advantage of a free online service that maintains an inventory of your valuable items.

It's called ReportIt, and it works with LeadsOnline. The service allows users to record serial numbers, pictures and receipts of valuable items in a secure online database. If an item is stolen, the database gives police detailed information that can help them locate and retrieve the missing property.

North Las Vegas Police Sgt. Tim Bedwell applauds the service.

"This is a great time of year for them to be launching this here," Sgt. Bedwell said. "With the holidays coming up, people will be getting their big screen TVs. They can go in, take photographs, scan those receipts and put it all in this database."

"Prompt identification of ownership aids in the return of recovered property to victims," added North Las Vegas Acting Police Chief Joseph Chronister. "Just as importantly, it provides a critical evidentiary link to the criminals who take or traffic in stolen goods."

The North Las Vegas Police Department has used the LeadsOnline system since 2006.

For more information on LeadsOnline call (800) 311-2656

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