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Have you lost a beloved pet or personal possession? You can reach out to thousands of people to help find what you are looking for.

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Have you found an item belonging to someone else? You can reach out to thousands of people to help reunite the item with their owner.

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Lostbox is a free way to find lost items and return found items!


Our online platform can provide results with 3 easy steps

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Create an account

You can quickly sign up to our FREE service; allowing you to post items, contact other users and comment on lost and found appeals.

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Post a lost or found item

Make your appeal visible to thousands of people in your area by uploading a photo and description of your item to our database.

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Receive Notifications

You will receive a confidential message from the finder/owner when they locate your item.

Use our in-depth search engine to browse through
all items reported lost and found

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We have a wide range of categories and
subcategories to help refine your search so that
you can find exactly what you are looking for.

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If you have lost an item in a particular place,
you can directly search for any items that
have been reported as found at that venue.

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If you are a venue owner you
can create a dedicated page for all your
lost and found items at your location


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Featured Item

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WW2 Sweetheart Brooch

19th June 2015

**WE DESPERATELY NEED YOUR HELP!** I’m sharing this for a friends mum, she was in East Sussex just over a week ago and lost this very precious sweetheart brooch that her husband made in WW2. He was in Bomber Command, Stirling bombers and made...

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