Vinyl Cape Jawa Stolen – Your Help is Needed!

We have received notification that Simon Wright has had a Vinyl Cape Jawa stolen during shipping between Australia and the UK. He has put up a $3,000 reward to anyone who can help him find it. Simon explains what has happened and why the reward has been offered….

I had a parcel posted from Sydney, Australia to USA on 2nd November 2017 via @AusPost 2-day courier service that was subcontracted to @DHL #DHL Australia. The parcel never arrived in USA and the tracking number on my receipt tracked a parcel from Sydney, Australia to Birmingham, UK that was delivered on the 6th November 2017. I am not able verify if the parcel delivered was my parcel as @AusPost has closed my case.

The tracking number is PRX2848930615 on AusPost tracking or 2848930615 on DHL tracking. The content was a 12 C Vinyl Cape Jawa cardback and attached cracked bubble with a Harbert sticker on the back. This item probably does not hold a lot of value to most people but I am offering a large reward because it holds value for me hence it matters to me to find it.

I am reaching out to the Star Wars collecting community worldwide, if this ever comes up for sale either directly or in the ‘black’ market to alert me and on the safe return of the item I will pay out the reward. I am also reaching out to all DHL employees in Australia, UK, USA and worldwide, Australia Post, Royal Mail and USPS to look for this parcel and if safely returned to me I will pay out the reward.

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Let’s hope someone out there can help find Simon’s box.

Steve Galloway
Steve was 5 years old when he saw Star Wars for the first time during its first UK cinema release. He considers himself a first generation Star Wars fan and in his own words is a ‘Child of 77’.