Looted & Lost From Luggage: Check YOUR Airport!

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT WHAT VALUABLES WERE REPORTED MISSING FROM LUGGAGE AT YOUR AIRPORT.

The Transportation Security Administration tracks all passenger complaints of missing valuables — personal items that disappear from checked baggage, or at a TSA security checkpoint.

"20/20," with the help of the National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting, looked at almost 45,000 complaints where passengers claim to be missing valuable items — from Rolex watches, to cameras, to diamond earrings, to laptops and more.

"20/20" and NICAR analyzed all the passenger theft and loss complaints filed with TSA from January 2003 through April 2006 — the most recent data available. TSA did not provide a final disposition on these passenger claims. CLICK HERE TO CHECK YOUR OWN AIRPORT and find out what valuables were reported missing from luggage.

Plus, CLICK HERE for a slide show of more important information that may influence what valuables you decide to pack — or not pack — for your next trip.

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