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Local Hairdresser Loses Luggage at LAX Finds it at Santa Monica Pier

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 NBCRightNow.com - It's an incredible story of luggage lost and then found.

It all started last Friday.

Connie Delamora, a local stylist who works at Studio One in Kennewick flew into LAX in Los Angeles with a couple of coworkers.

They were there for a color class.

But, when they went to pick up their luggage, Connie's never showed up!

She filed a report with LAPD and officers told her, if she did get it back it would likely be empty.

But, by a stroke of luck, a side trip to the Santa Monica Pier ended with her spotting her missing suitcase!

"I looked at the tag that was still on there from the airport and my name was on it so we just started freaking out,  yelling like we had won the lottery. We were just like yelling and just so in shock that we even found it. I didn't know if it was just too good to be true. We almost thought we were punked. I didn't know!," Connie said. 

Connie had close to $900 worth of product in her bag when it went missing, which she needed for that hair show.

But when she got it back, everything was still inside.
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