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Lost Property

If you have lost an item while at the MCG, please contact MCG Security on (03) 9657 8888 and describe the missing item in detail.

A search of the lost property area will be conducted on your behalf.

Please note: Items found at a Friday night event by cleaning staff may not be handed in to lost property until the following Monday.


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