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Lost or stolen mobile phone tracking is now easy

Lost-stolen mobile tracking is now easy
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Hassan: District Superintendent of Police Hariram Shankar handed over 26 lost and stolen mobile phones to the heirs today after they were traced through the CEIR portal.
This portal is being launched in the district on the direction of State Director General of Police Praveen Sood, he informed reporters at his office in the city. In the last month, more than 150 people have complained about mobile theft and loss. Out of those 26 mobiles have been found and are being handed over to the heirs today, he said.
The rest of the mobiles will also be confiscated soon. The CEIR portal can be used directly by the police or those who have lost their mobile phones. This will help in locating the mobile phone and returning it to its owner, he said.
Download the KSP app through the google play store and register your name, report a complaint through e-mail, and get a receipt, immediately after your mobile is lost, get a duplicate SIM number of the current mobile number in the lost mobile number, if you send a message yes to 8277959500 through WhatsApp, a link Then open this link and fill the information in it and submit it or the public can open the CEIR portal with the help of link and fill in the requirements and file a complaint, he said.
He said that the IMEI number of the mobile phone is mandatory while making a complaint and a complaint can be filed for a year-old mobile phone stolen or lost.

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