The luggage you take with you to your flight could get stolen, a new study has found.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School said they’ve identified four common security breaches in the luggage industry.
A backpack could get ripped open, leaving the owner with little more than a laptop, a camera, and the keys to their suitcase.
A suitcase could get scratched up, and even the front door could be open, allowing anyone to enter the building.
A large suitcase could fall off the cargo plane, allowing people to enter and remove items without any notice.
While these breaches can happen, researchers said they had never seen them happen in the baggage industry.
In fact, they said they thought that these breaches were only to be expected for large airlines that have more luggage.
But that wasn’t the case.
Researchers also found that some of the security breaches they had identified were much more widespread than the ones they had previously seen.
For example, they found that in a study of over 1,000 baggage handlers, the researchers found that the total number of incidents of theft was 2.7 million.
That’s about 10 times higher than the 1.2 million incidents the industry reported to the U.S. government in 2015.
In a study published in February, researchers at the Royal Society of London found that nearly half of all bags they examined contained some sort of theft.
“Bags that have been damaged or missing are the most commonly reported, but the vast majority of these thefts are not reported to law enforcement,” the study said.
“They happen in hotels and on the streets.
This leaves many people with no idea that they’ve been damaged.”
In a second study, researchers looked at 6,600 baggage handlers in the U, U.K., and Germany.
They found that they reported a total of 3.6 million thefts of luggage, more than 10 times more than the number of reports the industry has given to law-enforcement agencies.
In addition, researchers found they were more likely to report a theft of luggage when it happened at night.
That means that bags that were stolen in the daytime are more likely than their counterparts that were still in their original packaging to be left out at night, which can be dangerous.
The researchers said that many of the reported incidents are not linked to a specific bag or the theft itself.
They also said that the number who reported having had a bag stolen was a much smaller percentage than the actual theft.
According to a recent study by researchers at Oxford University, bags are the second most common item stolen from people in the United States.
That study also found bags were a much more common item for people to have their belongings taken from them than other items, such as phones, cameras, or keys.
But even in cases where bags were stolen, the thieves usually didn’t take much notice of them.
“It seems like the theft is not an issue, but it’s a bit of a miscommunication,” the researchers said.
In the past year, the security of your suitcase has become a major concern.
There are a number of steps you can take to keep things secure, from making sure you lock the bag properly, to securing your bag with a key.
But in the rush of travel, don’t let the fear of losing your belongings prevent you from taking the necessary precautions.