Lei Guo’s wallet was stolen in Playa Del Carmen at 11:50 am, on Sunday August 13th.
The wallet contains Lei Guo’s American permanent residence card (green card) and driver’s license along with some credit cards and several hundred USD.
Lei Guo sent The Yucatan Times a letter with this statement, and will use this brief note to apply for travel proof at the U.S, consulate in Cancun.
If you are reading this article and think that you can be of some help to this American citizen (or fellow-citizen) in trouble, please send an inbox direct message through our facebook page.
The Yucatan Times publishes this article as a service to the community of American citizens residing or traveling to Mexico.
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