Please help Ukrainian refugee find her daughter’s phone
News / Thu 17th Nov 2022 at 12:23pm
A UKRAINIAN refugee who moved to Harlow has made an appeal after her daughter lost her phone.
Lyna said: “On Saturday 12th of November, my 14-year-old daughter Kate lost her smartphone Samsung Galaxy J6.
It is white and in white plastic case.
That day in the morning we were going by bus 420 from Harlow to Epping Forrest, thus we presume that she could lose it in the bus. We have called and sent some messages to Central Connect, no result.
We are Ukrainian refugees we live in Harlow, Potter Street. I hope that this phone hasn’t been stolen as all this time both SIM cards (Ukrainian and English Vodaphone) were activated, and telephone had been kept recharged.
“I called to daughter’s number many times and sent some messages, but it is locked by her face.
Please get in touch if you have any information regarding the whereabouts of the phone.
You could bring it to Potter Street Baptist church for Lyna and Kate from Ukraine or contact YourHarlow WhatsApp on 07757167689.
“Thank you for your help, Lyna
If you don't get it back within 5 days, I will donate £50 towards a replacement. Michael Casey has my phone number. I know from living with someone from Mauritius how important it is kep in touch with family.
David Vincent; I don’t think it’s about the cost of/or phone itself. I’m sure it is more about the sentimental values the device contains. The girl could have recent/past photos, updates via text, old texts from folk who no longer are active. That phone is her life and I am sure she would rather that back than a small backpack full of nothing. I’m not criticising you as I think what you have said is a great thing. Ethos to you. But you need to look at the wider picture.