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Lost Lexus Car Keys at Dewey Beach Found

  • from Lewes (Delaware, United States)
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On 04/16/2022, I received a call from Ben who requested my help in finding his Lexus car keys that had been lost in the sand on the beach at Dewey Beach, Delaware. Ben and his girlfriend had spent the day relaxing on the beach and when it was time for them to leave, he realized that his car keys were missing. Ben felt that his car keys had been lost in the sand on the beach in the area that they had been sitting. I responded to Dewey Beach, made contact with Ben and he showed me the area of the beach where they had been sitting during the day. Ben had marked the area with a pair of sandals. Upon searching the area I was able to locate the lost in the sand and returned them to Ben.

Lost Keys Found Highlands Neighborhood Edmonton

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
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Julie called me last evening requesting my service to find her VW key fob and office keys! lost while she was snow blowing her driveway! I told her I would meet her at her home first thing this morning and of course the weather changed overnight with temperature -4 below and blowing snow which would make the search a little harsh.

Met Julie she showed me where she had been shoveling and blowing snow around her home within 10 minutes I found her keys in the back alley behind her garage in about 6” of snow, Julie was very happy to have them back in her possession once again.

 Another happy client thank you Julie for entrusting me to locate your keys.

Key Found In Barre VT

  • from Burlington (Vermont, United States)
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I got a call from a woman in Barre who lost her Toyota Prius key last Fall. She was still able to drive her car but unable to lock it for the last 8 months. She said it would cost about $200 to replace it. The area where she thought it would most likely be was next to her parking spot in a very congested neighborhood. It was a mix of gravel, flowers and grass, and about 200 years of heavy human activity…..lots of miscellaneous, overlapping scrap metal signals!! After about 2 hours of intense digging, it was starting to get dark and I was about to head home, very disappointed. But, I checked a weak, spotty signal, dug down about 2 inches and there it was! It was right where she thought it should be. A tricky but satisfying hunt!

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