Mohammad Tareq, Chittagong: The administration has increased the development of human services through the use of technology, although some insidious quarters have used technology to deceive the people in various ways. One of them is "My Car Safe Database". This database plays an important role in returning the bags and other valuables left in the car to the passengers. So far, the CMP's database has returned many valuable items. This time the CMP recovered valuables left by the wife of an expatriate. According to the Chittagong Metropolitan Police, Jasmine Akhter, the wife of Jahangir Alam, an American expatriate, came to the Chittagong Trade Fair by CNG from Agrabad with her seventh grade son. It was accompanied by a school bag and other items, including an expensive iPad shipped from America. On 15th June, at 13.30 pm, after entering the trade fair at Polo Ground under Kotwali Police Station, he realized that he had forgotten the bag with iPad in CNG. CNG leaves space before realizing! After much searching, the police officer on duty in the control room of the trade fair informed SI (Retd) Mohammad Abdul Latif, who immediately identified the CNG by analyzing the surrounding CC footage including the scene. Collects CNG owner and driver information through CMP's "My Car Safe" database. Within two hours of receiving the complaint, Jasmine recovered the bag along with Akhtar's iPad and other belongings and handed it to him.