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Going, going gone! Here's one last chance to find that umbrella you left on the subway

Members of the public will be competing against the pros when they bid on the lost items going on sale at the TTC silent auction next week. The semi-annual lost-article sale features thousands of items left on TTC buses, subways and streetcars. The items will be divided into 48 lots, and buyers must bid on a full lot. Most bidders will be professional flea market operators and garage-sale holders, according to Bill Ketchell, supervisor of the Lost Articles Office, which is located in the Bay Station. In the room full of items is a $700 digital camera and bags of new clothing left behind by absent-minded Christmas shoppers. The items will be on view from May 9 to 11. All bids will be sealed, and opened only after the viewing dates. Mr. Ketchell says about a third of lost items are returned to their rightful owners.