Among the millions of tools that I find while commuting to work by bike, I found something different on the ride home yesterday, a set of keys on a small carabiner (broken) that had been run over a couple times as it looked like it went through hell. There is no identification on it other than a price club card from Shop Rite (a local food chain) and the person drives a ford and has an aftermarket alarm on it. I tried calling two different Shop Rites around here, thinking that they might be able to tell me the name and phone number of the owner given the card# but both decided to remain legal and didn't tell me. Unfortunately, I don't pass any Shop Rite on the way home and hardly shop there. I was wondering if I could call a Ford dealer and perhaps if their keys are coded in some way that they could find out the owner of the car through the key??? If not, I guess the owner will have to wait until I get a chance to go to a Shop Rite, which wont be until perhaps this weekend. Either that, keep calling every Shop Rite until somebody decided to tell me over the phone.. I've tried 2 of them so far to no dice. Jay ------------------ HUGBEES! My Equipment List Rider in the 2001 Alaska AIDS Vaccine Ride Wanna help?