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Lost and found

About 20,000 items make their way to the Lost and Found each year.
The owner is a Japanese real estate entrepreneur.
We took a peek inside the LIRR lost and found room and were amazed at what we saw.
Among the Sandy-ravaged detritus still floating around Staten Island are someone's aging wedding photos, discovered moored on one couple's driveway following the nasty 2012 storm.
Feel-good story for baseball fans.
The MTA's lost and found is on its website, mta.info.
If you don't claim your stuff from the MTA's Lost and Found they will sell it—the Authority has to close its budget gaps somehow!
Someone has been holding on to this guitar for five years, in hopes of finding its rightful owner.
One lucky LIRR rider was saved from serious heartache this week when two MTA workers went above and beyond to help her retrieve her two-carat, sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
The fancy elephant has turned up in Bay Ridge.
The Post might have you believe that there's a new trend of abandoning stuff on the subway—but every New Yorker knows the subways have long been a treasure trove of random junk.
This is not Henry, but he is cute (dogseat's flickr). Here
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