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IS ANY OF THIS YOURS? Unclaimed Stolen Property From Quincy Raid

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The Grant County Sheriff's Office is looking for the owners of unclaimed property seized during a raid on a Quincy home in January The Grant County Sheriff's Office is looking for the owners of unclaimed property seized during a raid on a Quincy home in January
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  • $100,000 Worth Of Stolen Property Recovered In Grant County

    $100,000 Worth Of Stolen Property Recovered In Grant County

    Monday, January 27 2014 6:32 PM EST2014-01-27 23:32:49 GMT
    GRANT COUNTY, Wash. - The Grant County Sheriff's Office say that the raid of a home east of Moses Lake on Monday netted over $100,000 in stolen goods, and put four people behind bars. Following up on leads in an investigation into property thefts from National Frozen Foods on January 20th, the Moses Lake Regional Tactical Response Team served a search warrant at 4562 Road N-Northeast.More >>
    GRANT COUNTY, Wash. - The Grant County Sheriff's Office say that the raid of a home east of Moses Lake on Monday netted over $100,000 in stolen goods, and put four people behind bars. Following up on leads in an investigation into property thefts from National Frozen Foods on January 20th, the Moses Lake Regional Tactical Response Team served a search warrant at 4562 Road N-Northeast.More >>
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GRANT COUNTY, Wash. - Mobile Users Click This Link To View Slideshow: http://bit.ly/1bbmIOF

Back on January 27th, 2014, the Grant County Sheriff's Office raided a home in rural Quincy and found thousands of dollars worth of stolen property. They have found the owners for some of the stuff, but there are items that have yet to be claimed. You can view those items in our slideshow. 

If you recognize any of the property as yours and wish to claim it, you must be able to provide an acceptable form of ownership proof. Acceptable forms of proof include:

1. A report from a law enforcement agency listing the property as stolen, and/or

2. Identification of property through serial number, and/or

3. Identification of property through identifying marks or engravings on the item(s).

To claim the property, you can call the Sheriff's Evidence Specialist at 509-754-2011 ext. 468, then press "0". You can do this Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
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