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If you have lost any items at John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport, there are various services in place to help you locate your lost property. The area where you believe you lost the item will help determine what authority to turn to for assistance.

If you left your property on the plane, in the terminal or at the curb with an airline tag, you need to contact baggage service for the airline you flew with to pursue your lost property. JetBlue lost and found is in their Baggage Service Office. If you lost any non-baggage items outside of baggage claim flying JetBlue, email to inform them of your missing property. Their Baggage Office is open 24/7, but you may pick up jewelry, electronic devices and other valuables only between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM.

If you left any items in the TSA Passenger Security Check Point, you can contact TSA Lost and Found at 718-917-3999 for assistance in locating and retrieving your property. Terminal 4 at JFK International Air Terminal is privately-operated. If you have lost an item in this non-airline terminal, you can call 718-751-4001 to speak to Terminal 4 Lost and Found.

Items lost in all other JFK International Airport lost and found non-terminal areas are handled by the Port Authority Police (PAP) Lost and Found Custodian. Lost items turned into the PAP Lost and Found are stored for up to 30 days at the JFK Police Desk, located in Building 269. The desk can release items 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 718-244-4225