A man reclaims the $6,000 in cash he lost while traveling through Beirut's airport, Jan. 29, 2018. (The Daily Star/ISF, HO)
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An envelope containing $6,000 cash found at Beirut's airport was returned to its owner, a security source confirmed to The Daily Star Wednesday. On Jan. 20, a security officer at Beirut's Rafik Hariri International Airport found the envelope of money left in the X-ray scanner at the entrance to the terminal, a statement from the Internal Security Forces said Wednesday. Although no lost item report had been filed for the money, the inspection unit's security officers took the initiative and started searching for the envelope's owner themselves by reviewing the surveillance cameras.
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