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Someone stole my blackberry. is there any way i can figure out where its at or who took it?

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Hello you can never recover a stoling phone but you can damage it to be useless to the person that stole it if you have the seria number .forget about getting it back God will provide money for you to get another one.
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Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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    Phone not solen just purchase phone Feb 11 2014 I-wireless store and power button just stop working.


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