PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Officials at Heinz Field say more than 150 Taylor Swift fans have gotten their purses back after they were confiscated at the singer’s concert earlier this month.

When the pop singer came to Pittsburgh June 6, many of her fans were unprepared for the stadium’s clear bag policy and were forced to leave their bags behind.

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Fans say they left them by the gate and were told they could get them after the concert. But when the concert was done, some people were told the bags had been thrown away.

Heinz Field officials, however, said the bags had not been thrown away and they were working to return more than 200 purses to their owners.

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Officials said Monday they had “only a small number of purses remaining.”

If you are still missing a purse, you can call Heinz Field at 412-697-7150, then hit #4 when prompted to leave a message with your name, phone number and address, as well as a description of your purse.

For anyone headed to the Rolling Stones concert this weekend, you will also have to abide by the clear bag policy. For more information on what you can and can’t bring into the stadium, visit heinzfield.com.

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