Dozens of confidential documents have been found lying in the streets of Derry.
They are from the charity, Lifeline, which supports people in distress and mostly log telephone calls. The charity is based at the Embassy Building in the city.
The BBC is reporting it has seen one of the documents, which appears to identify callers by their first and second names. Others contain personal accounts of counselling conversations.
Contact NI, which runs Lifeline, is expressing shock at what's happened, and urging anyone who finds documents to return them to their offices.