Millions of Ohioans traveled during the holiday season, and some travelers unwittingly parted ways with their personal possessions as they passed through security checkpoints at the airport.
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Holiday travelers in late 2012 and 2013 left behind all sorts of items at the TSA checkpoint at the Dayton International Airport.
Examples of items the TSA recovered:
- Apple iPad
- Apple iPhones
- Birth certificates
- Car keys
- Eye glasses
- Fuzzy leather gloves
- Laser pointer
- Money clip
- Ohio ID cards
- Personal check for $2,300
- Visa credit cards
Source: Transportation Security Administration’s Lost and Unclaimed Daily Inventory Record
Note: Records were for November and December 2012 and 2013