Write a letter to the manager of a cinema (movie theatre) about a jacket you have left behind after a film. In your letter: Describe the jacket Describe where you were seated Explain what you want to be done

Dear sir, I am writing
this
letter to inform you that I am Harmandeep Kaur. Yesterday, I forgotten my
jacket
in the theatre when I was coming here to see the
second
show of the Galwakdi 2 movie. Let me explain, my
jacket
was of silver colour and the brand of it was GUCCI. It was a fancy
jacket
and was close to my heart because it was given by my husband to me on my
first
anniversary. It happened on January 8,2022 when I came to your theatre for watching a movie with my bosom friends and I was seating in hall two in the
second
row and my seat number was 50. As I remember I kept my
jacket
on the back of my seat and I thought it was on there or on the floor near my seat. As I said my feelings were attached to it. It's my humble request if you find the sweater with aforementioned description please either you inform me via my telephone number or I will visit here within two days and I will contact you about it. I will look forward to your quick action. Yours sincerely, Harmandeep Kaur
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