Abandoned luggage heap soars high at Kansai Airport

Meanwhile, if the luggage is likely to be lost property, the airport will hold it temporarily for about a week, then pass it to the Osaka prefectural police Kansai Airport Police Station. A total of 258 abandoned suitcases were treated as lost-and-found …
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