08-25-2009, 06:43 AM
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First contact your carrier and tell them to shut down the device.
If this is a company owned BlackBerry, contact your BES administrators to remotely wipe it and disable it.
If you had a password, that is your best hope - after 10 failed attempts, the device wll wipe itself.
That's about it...