Have you ever thought, “There’s no chance I’m getting that back”, when you’ve lent your favourite shoes out or, “I won’t see that again”, when you lend a tie to a mate in need? Most likely you’re saying “yes, all the time!”, but are you right?
Lost or found something?
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A free way to return found items and find lost items!
We use the power of social media to extend our reach and have teamed up with your favourite charities to give a little something back too!
Lostbox is a free to use site focusing on everything lost and found. We use the scope and coverage of the Internet to our advantage and utilise social media to get you reunited with your missing items as quickly as possible.
Not only are we here to help return missing items to rightful owners, but we also help raise money for worthy charities in your area.
Follow us today on Twitter for updates on the launch and tweet anytime with any missing or found items, will we spread the message in our growing social media network for you. We have made it as easy and relevant for you as possible, by creating regional twitter accounts. Find yours on our Contact page and spread the word.
Ring found on South Road, Durham in August 2014 near the University Science Site. Plain band, possible Japanese…
- found Ring (possible wedding ring?)
- lost Hugo the missing cat from South Shields
- lost Jak
- lost Mickey Mouse comfort blanket
- lost Black Labrador and Cocker Spaniel missing
- lost White cat missing in Clifton, Bristol
- lost Urgent! Bailey was hit by a train then ran off
- found Please help me find my owner.
- lost Rory
- lost Cat missing in Hoddesdon
It has been a whirlwind journey since I first discovered the wedding ring that started Lostbox and I’m desperate for an owner to finally come forward...
We all know that feeling of, “where did I put it?” or the somewhat desperate self-assurance of, “it’ll turn up somewhere”, but just how much goes missing in the UK each year and what are the chances of it coming back to its rightful owner...?