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Tom Callan, KSL NewsradioDuring the ski season, a lot of items were brought to the Snowbird lost and found closet.
He says when you add it up; there are enough items to open a store. "Including all the clothing, and the poles, and boots. We probably got, I'm guessing, about $75,000 to $100,000 worth of stuff."
The items are put on hold for 90 days. If no one claims them, they go to the lost and found sale in October.