You are a student at a university in the UK. you have recently lost your University ID card. Write a letter to the local Police station. In your letter, -Who are you? -What happened -Ask to record your details so that you can apply for a new ID card.

Dear Sir, I am writing
this
letter to tell my ordeal about an incident at Saint Willson Bus Stand where I lost my university
ID
card
last
Sunday. I am Jacob, a student of
Harrison
Correct article usage
the Harrison

Your article usage with the geographic name Harrison University of London may be incorrect.

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University of London with Student registration
ID
number P12556. I was
traveling
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travelling

The spelling of traveling is a non-British variant. For consistency, consider replacing it with the British English spelling.

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to Cera Hills college for my seminar and during the transit, Inadvertently my
ID
card
slipped from my upper pocket which I checked twice prior to the bus stop. Because
this
area falls under the jurisdiction of your police station, kindly
this
letter
be
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is

The plural verb be does not appear to agree with the singular subject this letter. Consider changing the verb form for subject-verb agreement.

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treated as a
first
information report.
In addition
, in order to record my personal details, photocopies of my passport, address proof,
date
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and date

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of birth proof along with a copy of my lost
ID
card
is
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are

It seems that the verb is does not agree with the subject. Consider changing the verb form.

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attached herewith
this
letter. I request you kindly process my details and issue me a police verification certificate which is a requirement to apply for a new university
ID
card
. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Yours faithfully, Harry Brown.
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