#Lost and Found
“We’re absolutely delighted to learn that a copy of the lost film exists.”
The Buddha is one of 14 statues stolen in 1961 from a museum in India.
Investigation after garda submachine gun found in Dublin city centre by member of the public Exclusive
The gun was handed in to Store Street Garda Station yesterday.
The IAG-owned airline is using a third-party firm to provide a ‘find and return’ service.
“People were telling us the beach at Ashleam comes back every seven years. I didn’t really believe them.”
Connolly Station in Dublin deals with a truly heroic amount of lost and found items on a daily basis.
A toilet and cistern, an urn with ashes and a puppy - Here are some of the things that go missing at Dublin Airport
With about 80,000 passengers passing through the airport every day, it’s no surprise that a fair number of items go missing.
He was found in a blue plastic tub outside Terminal 1 :(
The man trying to reunite them with their owners is Donovan Alvarado.
Lost some cricket gear, a chalice or a flute lately? Gardaí are trying to reunite owners and their stuff
Today is National Property Recovered Day.
And no, that doesn’t include your dignity. Sorry.
“I kept the cash because I needed weed.”
The power of Twitter, eh?
The best presents are left at the bottom of the stocking.
Someone just left them lying around it would seem.
Julian Hernandez’s mother reported him missing after his father left a note saying he took him.
Would Michael Collins and Padraig Pearse please make their way to lost and found?
Portlaoise Garda Station is “like an iPhone shop”, apparently.
They’ve found more than one tiny motorbike, in fact.
They have made it clear that this isn’t a joke.
Gardaí have seized a lot of equipment.
Any of these look familiar?
Just in case, like.
It was found on a street in the United Kingdom yesterday.
When €50 notes started hitting Emma Fallon’s car, she said it was hilarious, but she want to reunite the rightful owner with the cash.
Sound. Unbelievably sound.
Pretty good deal, if you ask us.
Sherlock the beagle works for KLM, returning items in a special little backpack.
Eimear Naughton said the chain has huge sentimental value as it was given to her after her father’s death.
Phones, bags, guitars…
A happy ending in Castleconnell.
Phones, wallets, passports, bags. Let’s get reuniting!
The Bray People newspaper are eager to track down the owner and return the photograph.
If you’re missing a tool box, a trumpet, or your wedding ring – there is hope.
Can you help her get home?
The phone number of the parents or guardians will be on the wristbands in case the child gets lost on a busy beach.