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Bundaberg Police lost and found

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Multiple wallets located at the shopping centre on Maryborough Street.

Did you forget to collect your change from the bank, leave your wallet behind when shopping, or are you an Irish backpacker who has misplaced their passport?

If you’ve lost either of these things, or are one of these people, then Bundaberg Now suggests you get in contact with Bundaberg Police immediately.

Bundaberg police have recently come into possession of several items that they’re wanting to return back to their rightful owners.

Police told Bundaberg Now that multiple rolls of change/coins of different denominations, together with a withdrawal receipt were left at a bank change dispensing machine in Bundaberg on Saturday, 4 July. If this is yours, you can collect your change at Bundaberg Police Station by quoting this number – QP2001387165.

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Change of different denominations together with a withdrawal receipt left at a bank change dispensing machine in Bundaberg on Saturday, July 4

Bundaberg Police also have in their possession an Irish passport, which was found on the beach at Moore Park on Sunday, 5 July. To pick up, visit Bundaberg Police station and quote QP2001394453.

Irish Pport
Bundaberg Police also have in their possession an Irish passport

Last but not least, Police said multiple wallets and a Samsung mobile phone were located at the shopping centre on Maryborough Street, Bundaberg recently and handed to police on Wednesday, 1 July. If these are yours quote QP2001364502 at Bundaberg Police Station.

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A Samsung mobile phone located at the shopping centre on Maryborough Street

If you think this property might be yours and you can prove ownership, please contact Bundaberg Police quoting the corresponding police reference number on (07) 4153 9111

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