Do not attempt to travel with a document that you have reported as lost or stolen. Once you have declared your travel document as lost or stolen to your national authorities, it is cancelled and considered invalid. The details of the document are passed on to INTERPOL and entered into the SLTD database. Border officials in INTERPOL's 190 member countries can screen passenger information directly against the SLTD database.
If you try to travel with an invalid document or lost passport reported to police, entry or boarding will be denied. The travel document is seized to prevent use by criminals.
Stop carrying passports or CID which is reported lost or stolen to police or to concerned authorities. Posted on:09 August,2016