Lost items create identity theft risk

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By Bonnie Heater
Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office

The Fort Gordon Law Enforcement Center seems to be the most likely place to drop off lost items found on post. It’s centrally located on Rice Road next to the fire department and it’s a safe, secure place.

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