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Malta Lost and Found (MLAF) was created in March, 2017, as a community service website for the islands of Malta only – the intention is twofold:
1) to allow people who have lost items to post messages to that effect in an attempt to notify someone who made have found these items that they are the rightful owners and to have these items restored to themselves.
2) To allow people who have found items to post details of these items in an attempt to reunite these items with their rightful owners.
The owners, operators and administrators of this website accept no responsibility for loss, injury or damage resulting from the use of this site or misrepresentations by persons posting or replying to messages. Nor do they make any assertion to the validity of information shared or posted or to the identity of subscribers to the site.
Users use the site at own risk and carry their own obligation to post messages and trade information carefully and responsibly.
We are a “conduit” or “go between” for the public to search for their property or to report found property. We are not a Lost Property Organisation and do not handle property at all.
We do not charge for use of the site – this is FREE. Charges, if there are any, are the responsibility of users, for example, where a reward may be offered or requested. MLAF is not a party to these offers or subsequent negotiations or failure to deliver.
Users who post false or misleading information will have their use of the website revoked and will be reported to the relevant authorities should any activity be found to be linked to an attempt to commit fraud, theft or any other crime.
Please bear in mind that according to Maltese Law, anyone finding lost property is obliged to return it without delay to the original owner or deliver it to the police. You can still post details of found items on this site, with a note advising to which police station it has been delivered.