The airport for Malaysia's capital city is trying to locate the owner of three Boeing 747s left on the tarmac.

Airport officials at Kuala Lumpur International Airport are so clueless on who the cargo jets may belong to that they took out ads in Malaysia's The Star and Sin Chew Daily newspapers asking for the owner to please retrieve their planes, CNN reported.

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"If you fail to collect the aircraft within 14 days of the date of this notice, we reserve the right to sell or otherwise dispose of the aircraft," the ad says, according to CNN.

That deadline, according to CNBC is Dec. 21, and if owner, who was described as “"untraceable" is not located, the plane may be sold to recover the money owed for landing and parking fees, and other charges.