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Items go MIA at MIA

Luggage Every time I go to the airport, I forget something at home. Cellphone, iPod, deodorant -- something always gets left behind.

But despite my travel-day forgetfulness, I've never managed to leave anything at the airport. Not so for hundreds of other travelers.

Miami International Airport's lost-and-found boxes overflow with luggage, laptops, cellphones, jewelry, toys and sporting goods that people forget at the airport. A few times a year, airport managers auctions off everything that hasn't been claimed for more than 60 days.

The next auction is at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 28, at 5600 NW 36th St., Building 845, third floor. 


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