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Lost and Found: Police Edition

Have you lost a black wallet? It's in good company.

Editor's Note: Over the weekend, Milford Police tried to clean out the "Lost and Found" box. These would be items turned into police. Judging by the log entries, men are most prone to dropping or forgetting things.

The following items were in Lost and Found:

1. A check made out to "Priority Cleaning." Bellingham Police had no record of the business. Police left a message with the residence on the check.

2. A black wallet belonging to a Spencer man. Police contacted his father, who said he would leave a message for his son.

3. A license for a Leicester man. Police left a message on a phone number for him.

4. A check made out to a man from a woman with the same last name. Police couldn't find a phone number for either. An officer was attempting to leave a message at the address.

5. A passport for a Milford man. Police personnel contacted him and he said he would be in to pick it up.

6. A TD Visa bank card. Police could not locate the man so mailed it to the bank.

7. A passport for a man. Police could not obtain an address or a phone number, so it went back into Lost and Found.

8. A Citizen's Bank Visa card. Police could not get information on the card-holder, so mailed it back to the bank.

9. A black wallet. Police contacted the owner's mother, who said she would come down to pick it up.

10. A Commerce Bank Visa card. Police called the phone number for the individual with no success. Police attempted to notify the cardholder at his address. Police mailed the card back to the bank.

11. A Bank of America Visa card. Police couldn't get any contact information for the cardholder so mailed it back to the bank.

12. A wallet. Police contacted the owner. He came in to pick it up.

13. A license for a Boston woman. The license was mailed to the state Department of Motor Vehicles.

14. A license for a Bellingham woman. Police mailed the license to her residence.

15. A license for a Milford woman. Police could not find a phone number for her.

16. A license for a Milford man. Police could not find a phone number for him.

17. A brown wallet for a man from Old Town, Maine. Police could not find a valid phone number.

18. A black wallet for an Ashland man. Police called him, using a number obtained from Ashland Police. The man called back, said he lives in NY, and told police "everything can be shredded." The items were shredded.

19. A man's wallet. A message was left for the owner at his Natick home.

20. A black three-ring day planner belonging to a Milford woman. Police contacted her mother, who said she would tell her daughter.

21. A black wallet belonging to a Blackstone man. He was contacted and said he'd be in to pick it up.

22. A temporary driver's license for a Holliston woman. Police left a message for her.

23. A wallet belonging to a Milford man. An officer left a message with his father, who said he would be in to pick it up.

24. A black wallet belonging to a Woonsocket, RI man. Police left a message for him.

25. A black wallet belonging to a Jupiter, FL man. Police were unable to obtain a phone number or valid address for him.

26. A black purse belonging to a Milford woman. She was contacted and said she'd be in to pick it up.

27. A metallic green Army knife belonging to a Milford man. Police left a message.

28. A black wallet belonging to a Milford man. Police had left a message for him in July, and left another message.

29. Several cards belonging to a woman in Milford. Police could not find a valid phone number for her.

30. A passport belonging to a Milford man. Police could not find a valid phone number or address for him.

31. A black wallet belonging to a Framingham man. Police could not find a working phone for him.

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