Young people share some of their own experiences of theft.
Once I had my camera stolen. I was very upset. It cost a lot of money and it was quite new.
I had this Pokemon card and it got nicked...and it was quite a good one. I found out who took it and I felt really mad and annoyed. They didn't have the right to take it 'cause like I'd spent quite a lot of money trying to get it.
Once I had my diary stolen that I'd written all my personal feelings in and I was very, very angry.
If somebody stole something from me I think I'd feel very bad because it might have been one of my favourite possessions.
I'd feel upset because it might be something that you can't replace.
It could be worth a lot to you but very little to the person that's stolen it.
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