Susan Armand of Alexandria wants to hear from you if you have been the victim of theft. She wants you to email her at email@example.com. Ms. Armand says she will compile a list and then publish a newsletter so "we can compare notes to see if anything is being done about the crime in our community."
This sounds like one person could make a difference. Imagine if the people who are the victims of crime start organizing the information and finding the items taken in local pawn shops? Could it become the peoples "crimestoppers." Does anyone see problems with the idea?