New website to report stolen & lost phones
Posted in Local News
Sri Lanka Police has launched a website for handling complaints regarding lost or stolen mobile phones, stated Police Media Spokesperson.
The website has been launched under the instruction of the Inspector General of Police.
Accordingly the public can lodge their complaints through www.ineed.police.lk.
SP Ruwan Gunasekara noted around 800-1000 complaints are received daily regarding misplaced or stolen phones out of the 24 million registered mobile phones across Sri Lanka.
The Police Media Spokesman said the complaints received through the web portal will be directed to the relevant Police station, the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission and the relevant mobile service providers.
My phone was lost today – left in a Uber Taxi
My phone lost was today evening from private bus (265)
As you’ve said “www.ineed.police.lk” this link doesn’t open for a like that cmplainning website, why that? when i try, it always open for a xampp software website.
I lost my mobile how to make a complain
What you can do is to hire a helicopter and scan the area where you think your phone was lost.
When the phone is found, ask pilot to ditch the helicopter in Beira Lake and claim from insurance.
There is an Astrologer in Parasangahawewa, Anuradhapura District who has developed a web-based software using traditional astrology and BI which can give exact GPS coordinates of mobile phones when the model number is entered.
The software can track the movement of the mobile phone over a period of time.
The service costs LKR 5 million a hit; I found the service to be effective.
My husband lost he is phone how can i find it
I lost Samsung A10s phone by unknown person on Sunday evening. Please find and give my phone
i cant fill and confirm mobile phone details
I lost my phone.. but i cant make a complain this link is not working
MY PHONE STOLAN YESTERDEY
My phone missing
My phone is missing
I went on three wheeler and I left on the seat without my intelligence plz find my phone
I already entered an police entry to dehiwela police station on (30/12/2021)as well
Fathima Aneesha. I don’t know why you are telling us about this incident. Does not make any sense when the country is sinking with massive debts and shortage of food, gas, fuel and the rest. The last thing we ae worried is about your phone.