JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jeff Hirshberg, 66, is still trying to recover from Wednesday. That's when he said his wallet was stolen.
"Which means my credit cards, drivers license (are somewhere)," said Hirshberg.
Janice Hirshberg, 65, his wife and a retired attorney, said the experience has turned their lives upside down.
The Hirshbergs said it began with a trip to their Baymeadows bank where they withdrew several hundred dollars. Somewhere between the bank and home, they became the victim of a crime.
"He could have had his pocket picked," said Hirshberg, "I don't know."
They've filed a police report and notified the bank and their credit card companies, but now they're afraid.
"You don't feel safe anymore," she said.
They're afraid for not just their safety, but there's a real possibility that they could become victims of identity theft.