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Rutgers Student Makes Interesting Offer for Stolen Laptop

Have you ever lost something that is so valuable you’d offer almost ANYTHING to get it back? Well that’s what one Rutgers student did in order to get data returned that was on their stolen laptop.    The student posted this note across Rutgers with the hopes of retrieving the data that they had stored on the missing laptop for their thesis. Was the person right for posting this? Is it worth giving in and paying the person that stole your property just to get a prized possession returned? Here’s the photo of the ad posted across Rutgers University below.

Rutgers Stolen Laptop Ad Sign
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