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Lost & Found Moving to RideStore
Misplaced keys, backpacks, sunglasses, iPods....now any item you lose or misplace on a bus or train that's turned in will find its way to our Lost & Found department inside our RideStore at 1900 Main. Starting Monday, Oct. 4, our Lost & Found Read More...
Lost & Found is Moving
Starting Oct. 1, if you lose an item and it's found, you will need to go to a new location to retrieve it. METRO's Lost and Found department is moving from its current location at 1001 Travis to 1220 McCarty off I-10 East. That's where our Read More...
Whoops! I Forgot the Baby....
Most of the time, people turn in cell phones, wallets, keys and eyeglasses to our Lost & Found department. Every once in a while, someone turns in something really unusual - a cooler full of lab samples (urine) or false teeth or a prosthetic leg. Read More...
A Lost & Found Employee Who Doesn't Give Up
It was an ordinary work day for Virginia Hickey, but her dedication to thoroughness created an extraordinary day for a stranger who would soon cross paths. Hickey, team leader of the Ride Store and Lost & Found who has worked at METRO for 18 years, Read More...
Our Own Sherlock Holmes Finds Owner of Stolen Purse
Regina Wilkerson was packing her bags in her hotel room at the downtown Hyatt two days ago, preparing to fly back home to Virginia after a Houston seminar. This had been a bad trip. On Wednesday, the day she was scheduled to return home, her handbag had Read More...
Lost & Found: 30 Days to Claim Keys; 60 Days for Prosthetic Leg or Cell Phones
The Lost & Found department here looks like a Goodwill store. There are three shelves of items, including 33 handbags, bins of keys and wallets and three trash cans full of umbrellas. The valuable items - jewelry and cash – are locked in a safe. Read More...