Your ID card has been stolen. Write to the Local Police Station, giving details of who you are what happened ask what you should do to get a new ID card
Dear Sir or Madam, I am writing to report the robbery of my identification card. Allow me first to introduce myself. I am Loisa Manuja, and I am a newly-arrived overseas student from Egypt for the sake of pursuing my master's degree at Queen's College in Ontario, Canada.
Moreover, I am currently residing in block number 27, Casarowya District. In relation to the specifics of the incident, yesterday, on the twenty-first of May, I was on my way to university when I was stopped by a group of 3 young people who were attempting to sell me magazines. After that, I reached my destination and ordered a cup of coffee, but when I checked my back bag to pay for it, I realised that my wallet was stolen. Fortunately, my money was not stolen as well since I used to keep it in an internal zipped pocket.
Therefore, could you possibly inform me of the procedures I am entitled to take in order to issue a new identification card? As you are no doubt aware, definitely will I not be able to enter my final exams without having an identification card. Thank you in advance in anticipation of your prompt response. Faithfully yours, Luisa Manuja
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‘Dear...’ is more appropriate, so stick with this.
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