General information on ‘lost and found’ in Denmark?

lost and found denmark

Several ‘lost and found’ places in Denmark. 

If you’ve lost something, you should go the police – they have a main lost property office in different cities. It often takes two weeks from the day you find your provider and order internet to having it installed.

Aarhus
Aarhus Police: Ridderstræde 1, 8000 Aarhus C, Phone number: +45 87 31 14 03 (09.00 – 11.00)
Opening hours: Monday and Tuesday: 09.30-14.00; Closed on Wednesdays, Thursday from 11.30-1400; Friday from 9.30-13.00.

Copenhagen
Copenhagen Police: Slotsherrensvej 113 2720 Vanløse,  Phone number: +45 3874 8822
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 09:00 – 14:00

Odense
Odense Police: Hittegodskontoret (Lost and found department), Rugårdsvej 103C, 5000 Odense C, Phone number: +45 66 14 14 48

If you find something you should either contact the owner or go to the police. In some cases there is a reward, but it depends on the value of the lost property. Remember to notify your insurance company to let them know what happened.

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