Nearly every day an average of 210 pairs of sunglasses are turned in. Since 1971, an estimated 1.65 million pairs of glasses have found their way to the Lost and Found. Some of the more unusual items tuned in have been a glass eye, a prosthetic leg (how someone loses that, I'll never know) and a potty trainer.
Here's a look at some of the more common objects found and how many are turned in on annually.
- 3,500 digital cameras
- 6,000 cell phones
- 7,500 autograph books
- 18,000 hats