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The Ft. Bend County Sheriff's Office is looking for people who may have lost wallets, driver's licenses or checkbooks at a Ft. Bend County entertainment complex (Ft. Bend County Sheriff's Office)

The Ft. Bend County Sheriff's Office is looking for people who may have lost wallets, driver's licenses or checkbooks at a Ft. Bend County entertainment complex. This, after hundreds of items were discovered at at the lost-and-found there.

According to the sheriff's office, the discovery came after a detective who was working a security job at the Palladium entertainment complex along the Grand Parkway was approached by someone who had lost a wallet.

The detective was taken to the loss prevention office and discovered several boxes and bags with numerous wallets, 171 driver's licenses, more than a dozen Social Security cards, several hundred credit cards and more than a dozen checkbooks.

The detective was reportedly told that the policy at the business was that if no one claimed the items, the wallets would be emptied and contents kept in a secured room. The empty wallets would then be donated to Goodwill.

The detective brought the items to the Ft. Bend County Sheriff's Office, where they're being catalogued.

Because of how many items there are, the sheriff's office is asking the public to contact them if they believe they lost items there. They can call either 281-341-4797 or 281-341-4721.
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