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PHOTOS: Is Any Of This Stuff Yours?

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Detectives are hoping to identify the recovered stolen property and return it back to its rightful owner. These pictures are of the ONLY property left that has not yet been identified. Detectives are hoping to identify the recovered stolen property and return it back to its rightful owner. These pictures are of the ONLY property left that has not yet been identified.
SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. - Recently, search warrants served at two homes in Spokane Valley turned up numerous stolen items. Detectives with the Spokane County Sheriff's Office say they have linked the majority of items back to their owners, but there are still a few things that have not yet been claimed.

Take a look at the six items that are still unclaimed and if you recognize any of them, can prove ownership and have filed a theft report, please call Detective Staley at 509-477-3363 and provide your report number.

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