ON NATIONAL LOST & FOUND DAY, LAX ANNOUNCES NEW TECHNOLOGY TO REUNITE GUESTS WITH THEIR MISPLACED BELONGINGS
(Los Angeles, CA) From wallets and purses to laptops and teddy bears, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has a new way to reconnect airport guests with lost belongings.
LAX, the second-busiest airport in the United States, receives an average of 5,000 to 7,000 items each month at the airport’s Lost and Found office. Managed by the Los Angeles Airport Police Department, the LAX Lost and Found is a warehouse filled with tens of thousands of items left behind by airport visitors. With recovered items kept for at least 90 days in the hope of finding their owners, Airport Police stores up to 30,000 individual items on any given day.