From Iceland — Police Seek Public's Assistance In Finding Birthday Money

Police Seek Public’s Assistance In Finding Birthday Money

Published October 29, 2013

Larissa Kyzer

Police in the capital area are seeking the public’s assistance in recovering a twelve year old boy’s birthday money, DV reports. The money was in the boy’s plain black wallet, which he thinks he lost in the parking lot of the Skeifan Hagkaup on Saturday night.
The boy and his parents were in town over the weekend, visiting Reykjavík from the countryside. Unfortunately, his lost wallet doesn’t contain any ID cards or other forms of identification—just an unspecified amount of birthday cash.
Police are encouraging anyone who has found a wallet to be in touch with them directly, either by phone (444-1000), email (, or in a private message on their Facebook page.

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