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Lost & Found: Phones, scarves, and dentures

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From cell phones to umbrellas to even dentures, approximately 2,000 items are lost each month on New York’s Metro North Railroad.  The ones lost and then found end up at the lost and found department between track 100 and the MTA police at New York’s Grand Central Terminal.   Rock Center stopped by to see how Metro North’s employees help reunite people with their belongings.