When travelling back home on the train last week you lost your wallet. The wallet contains some valuable things. In your letter, write to the Station Manager: say when and where you left your wallet describe the wallet and what was in it say how you will collect the wallet

Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing
letter in order to get assistance from you to find my
. I am a daily commuter on the train which arrives around 5.30 PM at your station.
week upon my return to my home, I realised that my
had been either fallen and I am confident that
incident took place at your station, as just before I got down from the train around 5.35 PM I had it in my left pocket. It was a leather Brown coloured Georgio Armani
and It
, had a smudge on the top left corner. There was approximately around $150 in cash.
, I had some of the pictures from my late brother. Which is of utmost importance to me and have a great sentimental value. I humbly request you to start an investigation into
matter and would like to suggest you to watch the security footage near the platform no 4 and on other surrounding areas. I will be returning back to work
, should you find
kindly keep it in the lost and found section, so that I could verify my identity and collect.

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