Report it to the school and call the police.
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I agree with my colleague. File a report with your local police department.
These facts alone do not lend itself to identity theft. If you suspect you're a victim of identity theft, you should make that report to the authorities as well. If that's the case, I would suggest you repost an inquiry to that effect as well and I'll be happy to provide more details. Also see our site, which has information and helpful forms for ID theft victims. www.OhioConsumerHelp.com
All the best to you.
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Doing something you "regret," is worse than stealing a cell phone. Physical violence is not the answer. Simply report the theft to the school and to the police. You may wish to print the Instagram photograph before the girl deletes it.Ask a similar question