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How do you handle found belongings?

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A family member found a verrrryyyy expensive digital camera in a rental car, under the seat. It had lots of the vacation pictures on the chips, including really cute ones of little kids with grandparents and them sleeping all squished up like little kids do. Though we'd really like to get this camera back to the owners I'm sure these people must be so sad about their lost pictures. The rental car company has been absolutely nooooo help.

We all say there should be a web site called lostpictures.com where found photos could be posted for retrieval by the true owners.

Any ideas?

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