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Lost Property

@When you report having lost something to a police station or a police box, the officers will ask you the followiing:
‚PD @When did you lose it? If you don't know the time exactly, please give the appropriate time range.
‚QD @Where did you lose it? If you don't know exactly where, please give some hints, ex. between where to where?
‚RD @What did you lose? Money, things, both money and things?
‚SD @Denomination if you have lost money.
‚TD @What you lost, quantity and particulars such as color, shape, pattern, etc. if you have lost@something.
‚UD @Your name, address, nationality, telephone number and the means that we get touch with you ex. name, address and telephone number of your workplace.

Note: @If necessary, report by yourself to a bank, post office, credit company, etc.
@If you have lost something of particular significance, such as a residence card or a passport, and need police verification that you have made a lost property report, please ask for such verification at the police administration section of the police station where you reported the loss.
@The verification is free of charge.

@If you have lost something, don't give up trying to find it, but report to the police first.


@If you receive a phone call from a police box informing you that your lost property is found, please tell the officer when you can go there to pick it up.
@Although police boxes are open 24 hours (except for residential police boxes), you may be asked to go to a police station, depending on the time you are able to come.
@If you receive a phone call from a police station, please tell them when you can go there to pick up your article.

@You can claim your article at the police station from 8:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m, Monday to Friday except on national holidays and from December 29 to January 3.


@When you have filled in the receipt from and signed it, the procedure is complete.
@If you have any questions, please refer to the finance section of the nearest police station.