A New Hampshire woman said all her gifts from holiday shopping in Europe had been replaced in her luggage.
Gina Sheldon had been traveling in Italy and France and bought more than $3,000 worth of gifts.
When she opened up her luggage, she found dog food, an old T-shirt, and a bottle of shaving cream.
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.
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.
"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."
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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