OTS returns passengers' lost belongings
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OTS returns passengers' lost belongings

Nov 29, 2023, 3:15 AM
Benjamin Lim

Benjamin Lim

Writer

Three security screening officers from the Office for Transportation Security (OTS) were recently lauded for returning valuable belongings to individual passengers traveling to different domestic destinations.

SSO Jhon Nino Paspie discovered a wedding ring owned by Keithnigel Gregory, who was traveling to Davao, that had been left behind at the security screening area of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2.

Tacloban bound Michael Rhoel Jimenez lost his wallet with an estimated P10,000 in cash, but it was later recovered by SSO Shere Melody Docena, also at the security screening area of the NAIA Terminal 2.

Both the wedding ring and the wallet were discovered on November 15.

SSO Joselle Flores found a small bag at the Godofredo P. Ramos (Caticlan) Airport that belonged to Dion Salme Sumdad, a Cebu Pacific passenger heading to Manila on November 16. The bag contained around P20,000 in cash.

OTS management announced that between November 15 and 22, electronic devices such as laptop, tablet, mobile phone, and a watch, that were inadvertently left at the Security Screening Checkpoints in NAIA Terminals 2 and 3 have been returned by OTS security screeners. These items were the personal belongings of travelers who were on their way to Davao, Calbayog, and Caticlan.

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