Below are a list of items that were turned into the Police Department.
If you believe that any of the items are yours, you can claim them by contacting the police department at 608-882-2292.
Date: December 12, 2019
Re: Found and/or Abandoned Property
Authority: Pursuant Evansville Police Policy 11.02: MAINTENANCE OF EVIDENCE/ PROPERTY
The following list of property below is posted at the Evansville police department and on the city website.
The Evansville Police Department has determined that cost/value of each item listed below is valued at more than $25.00, and therefore the Police Department is required to post a notice in two public places within the city limits for 90 days. The 90 day time clock starts once the notice of the item(s) is posted and must remain posted for 90 days.
After the notice has been posted for 90 days, the unclaimed item(s) becomes the property of the city of Evansville and can be disposed of in any matter the city determines.
The purpose of this posting is to make a reasonable effort to return the property to its lawful owner. Any person that believes they may be the owner of any of the property listed below is encouraged to contact the Evansville Police Department immediately by calling 608-882-2292.
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