August 2, 2021 #1 Local News, Forum, Information and Event Source for Venice Beach, California.

Trash Can Check Requested!

If everyone reading this site checks their trash cans, we can probably find this stuff!

From Rachel:

I woke up this morning and found my car broken into on Pacific and 19th Ave.

Stolen in Venice Beach

I am a life long Venice resident, and a clinical social worker. The ONLY item stolen out of my car was a black bag containing study material for my state licensing exam with the State of California.

Stolen in Venice Beach

These study materials are worthless to most anyone else.

I imagine they have been dumped somewhere in the area.

If any of you find any binders, notebooks, flashcards or study CDs containing clinical/mental health/social work information, please contact! They were in a black patent leather bag.

These photos are not exact, bu similar to what was in the bag. Materials from Gerry Grossman, AATBS, USC School of Social Work, contained in a bag similar in size.

Stolen in Venice Beach

My exam is less than two weeks away, I really need my study materials.

Stolen in Venice Beach

If you see anything in your trash bins, alleys or on the streets of Venice, please let me know.

Thanks, Venice!

Rachel
310-435-7527

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