Myanmar Post lost and found service extends, but no matching claim yet

Despite Myanmar Post’s public notice to recover lost documents, mostly inclusive of national IDs and driving licenses, no original owner has been identified yet, according to a Myanmar Post official.

Myanmar Post issued a public notice on 6 December that essential personal documents such as national IDs, driving licenses, bank cards and other identity cards, which might have been lost, were found in post boxes and that potential original owners of these documents may come to Myanmar Post to reclaim them.

Following this notice, many people have tried and contacted the post office to reclaim them, she added.

“It has been in our hands for a long time. Some may have just pressed the boxes and put them into. These are the documents we collect from post boxes when we retrieve the mails. Our announcement intends for those who have lost their documents to claim them back. So far, many have contacted us, but not a single original owner has been found. Most claims are for recently lost documents,” she said.

For important documents that have been lost for various reasons, people are advised to contact phone number  067-3420630 and 067-3420888, according to Myanmar Post.

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