Every transit agency has one, yet you probably never want to have an occasion to contact it. What am I talking about? The lost and found office. That said, if you lose something on the subway in New York City, you have a pretty decent chance of getting it back; 60 percent of items that are turned in to the lost and found make it back to their owners. And the MTA has very detailed categories for inventorying the items as they come in. What are some of the things that are in the lost and found office waiting to be reunited with someone? Although this infographic was published in 2014, I imagine it is still pretty similar today. What is the strangest thing you see on that list?
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