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Victim of theft? Marana PD might have your stuff

Unclaimed items in the evidence room at Marana PD Unclaimed items in the evidence room at Marana PD
Unclaimed items in the evidence room at Marana PD Unclaimed items in the evidence room at Marana PD
MARANA, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Marana Police Department is trying to reunite stolen items with their rightful owners. 

The department has recovered hundreds of pieces of stolen property over the past few years during arrests.

Many of those items go unclaimed and are sitting in the evidence room. The list includes electronics (computers, cameras), purses, expensive power tools, and even handguns. 

The department has pictures of all of the items posted on their Facebook and Twitter pages. 

"They are going to ask for some proof that you own that item when you make a claim," says Sgt. Chriswell Scott with the Marana police department. Whether that be a receipt, or a picture of yourself with the item, just something so we can get that item returned to you."

The department said even if you do not live in Marana, they have recovered stolen items from across the city. They recommend keeping receipts and serial numbers for expensive items in your home, just in case they are stolen. 

For pictures of the recovered items, click HERE

Unclaimed items will be sold at auction or destroyed. 

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