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Lost & Found

Did you lose something on the Waterfront? Contact Harbor Police.

 

 

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Lost and Found

Items lost/left at the Cruise Ship Terminal contact:

Intercruises – Shoreside & Port Services

1.310.562.2086
1.206.441.3702 - Fax
 


Items lost or found along the San Diego Bay waterfront may be reported to or turned in to the San Diego Harbor Police Department:

San Diego Harbor Police Department
3380 North Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101

Phone: 619.686.6570
Harbor Police Dispatch: 619.686.6272

Found items are returned to owners (if known) in one of three ways: in person, to another person acting on the owner’s behalf or via courier service, such as FedEx. If a courier service is used, the owner shall bear all expenses for the item’s return.


San Diego Airport Lost & Found

Items found at San Diego International Airport or left behind during security screening are brought to the airport’s Lost and Found office for safekeeping. To recover an item lost on or left aboard a plane, please contact that airline’s baggage service office for assistance.

Hold Times

The airport's Lost and Found office holds most items for ninety days. Certain personal items, such as cosmetics, toiletries, pillows and water bottles, are held for seven days.