Over 10 years ago, the previous owners of my house moved away. They didn't leave us a forwarding address and aren't in the phone book. This time every year I get a letter from a bank addressed to each of their children; clearly the parents forget to change the addresses on the children's accounts. I don't open them but return it to the sender unopened with a note stating when they moved out. Without opening the letter it's clearly some form of statement. Despite having done this every time I've received such a letter, they keep coming, clear evidence that no-one pays attention to returned post.
If it was the parents' account I'd be less concerned, but as the children (who I guess would be late teens by now) have been let down I'd be prepared to do make a little effort to help them; they may even be unaware that they have these accounts.
I don't think it's appropriate to try to track down the children myself, and the bank should refuse to discuss anyone else's account with me. So is there anything I can do -- without much effort or being intrusive -- to reunite these kids with their accounts?