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Luggage bag & a Suitcase found in waiting Lounge

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta - ATL- February 09,2017 Pulpit rock

White iPad found from Virgin Atlantic Airlines UK485

London Heathrow Airport- LHR - June 24,2017 Pulpit rock

Luggage bag & a Suitcase found in waiting Lounge

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta - ATL- June 24,2017 Pulpit rock

Dell Laptop in black bag found at Security checkin Gate 3

John F Kennedy International - JFK - June 24,2017 Pulpit rock

iPhone in a white cover found near washroom

Kingsford Smith Airport- SYD - June 24,2017 Pulpit rock

Macbook Air in a black leather bag

Los Angeles International - LAX - February 09,2017 Pulpit rock

Client's Testimonials

June 11, 2015 With an average 23,000 people racing through security on a daily basis at Dulles, you can understand why many items are left behind. Those items are kept in a small office on the ground floor of the airport. It's the TSA's lost and found. Continue reading The most oft forgotten item? Belts. But there are plenty of laptops, cell phones, and even identification cards too. "We've had dentures that people have left," said James White, a TSA agent. "We've had hearing aids, glasses, car seats, stuff like you wouldn't expect people to leave." Agents have also seen items that passengers probably wish they had not forgotten - from adult toys to a shrunken head.

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