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Her missing luggage was donated to a charity. She wanted to find out why

This is a tale of lost luggage that will have you shaking your head in confusion.

An Air Canada customer who tracked her husband’s lost luggage to a public storage facility (in Etobicoke, Ontario) has been reunited with the bag four and a half months after it went missing. Nakita Rees says although she’s relieved to have the luggage back, her search for answers is not over. In particular, she’s concerned how the bag allegedly ended up in the hands of a charity.

… Rees says last week, police obtained a warrant to open the storage unit where her AirTag tracking device showed her husband’s suitcase had been sitting since October. It’s the culmination of a months-long ordeal for the couple. In September, when they returned from their honeymoon in Italy and Greece, one of their three suitcases didn’t arrive from Montreal to Toronto.

… The couple had placed an AirTag tracking device in the bag, and could see it was in Montreal. A month after they landed, they watched it travel down the highway to a public storage facility, where they say they’ve watched it sit for the past three months.

… She sent Air Canada numerous emails with screenshots, asking them why her luggage was in the storage facility, what’s going on, etc. Eventually, the couple traveled to the storage facility themselves, and walked around outside until the AirTag tracker said they were right on top of the bag. They also reported the incident to police. So what happened? Air Canada says their items had been donated to a charity contracted by Air Canada. What???

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