Trains London - Stolen property
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If you believe you have had something stolen from the train or station, immediately report it to the management. If you are still on the train then it’s best to do this in person; if you notice the theft after you left then use Resolver to report this.
You should also report the issue to the Police and give as many details as you can to help them investigate. You may also want to check your home insurance, bank account insurance or travel insurance to see if any of these cover you for stolen property. They will expect you to have a Crime Reference Number.
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