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A New Hampshire woman came home from the airport and found dog food in her luggage instead of the $3,000 worth of gifts she bought in Europe

A New Hampshire woman came home from the airport and found dog food in her luggage instead of the $3,000 worth of gifts she bought in Europe….  A woman from New Hampshire said she opened her travel luggage at home and found dog food instead of the gifts she bought in Europe.

 

A New Hampshire woman came home from the airport and found dog food in her luggage instead of the $3,000 worth of gifts she bought in Europe
A New Hampshire woman came home from the airport and found dog food in her luggage instead of the $3,000 worth of gifts she bought in Europe—–

Gina Sheldon, from Portsmouth, told ABC affiliate WMUR-TV that she had returned from a trip to Europe only to find all the gifts she’d bought there were gone upon returning home.

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“I opened the third bag which I had all the gifts in and things I bought for myself as well, and it was replaced with dog food, an old T-shirt, a shaving cream bottle,” Sheldon said.

She had spent 11 days traveling across Italy and made a stop in Paris on the way home. She believes the items might have been switched out in the baggage area at the Charles DeGaulle Airport in France, she told WMUR-TV.

“There was a leather jacket I had purchased for my 16-year-old,” Sheldon said. “I had bought these really cute leather wristlet band purses that I had bought to give to various family and friends.”

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The missing items cost more than $3,000 in total, she told WMUR-TV.

The flight was booked through Delta but operated by Air France. In a statement to WMUR-TV, Delta apologized for Sheldon’s experience.

“We have affirmatively connected with our partners at Air France and the customer to find a resolution,” the airline said.

 

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