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Many missing items turn up in the lost and found at airports and train stations. This is the lost and found room at Reagan National Airport.
Jim Hilgen
Many missing items turn up in the lost and found at airports and train stations. This is the lost and found room at Reagan National Airport.

You know that feeling you get when you realize you're missing something essential - such as your cell phone, laptop or wallet? Well, those items just might be in the good old Lost and Found. Jim Hilgen rummages through the bins at Reagan National Airport and Amtrak's Union Station to learn about the things travelers leave behind -- and how many items find their owners again.

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