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Man’s Apple Airtag helps him find lost luggage that was sitting in Melbourne Airport for weeks

A passenger who spent weeks trying to find his lost luggage eventually decided to storm an office at Melbourne Airport after the GPS tags, attached to his suitcases, pointed him in the right direction.

Shane Miller, a cyclist and IT professional from Ballarat, landed at Melbourne Airport with Singapore Airlines in mid-June after a week-long trip to Europe. 

When he failed to find his suitcase on the baggage carousel, Mr Miller was told his bag hadn’t made the connecting flight and was still somewhere in transit.

Airport officials told him he would be contacted as soon as it was found. 

After filling out the required lost luggage forms with Singapore Airlines and their baggage carrier Swissport, he left the airport and returned home.

What the airport didn’t bank on however was the the…


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