Pinal County Sheriff’s Office has an online page for stolen or property used in a court case. Users can search to see if they have your property and you can claim it online:
http://bit.ly/PCSO_FoundProperty

Found and Unclaimed Property  will be held for 30 days. Found property turned over to Pinal County Sheriff’s Office may be returned to the person who found it if all of the conditions of A.R.S.12-941 apply. If the found or unclaimed property is not claimed within 30 days by the finder/owner, the property will be disposed of according to Arizona Revised Statutes.

When a criminal case is adjudicated, the Property and Evidence Unit will attempt to locate the owner of any property eligible for release that was held as evidence for the trial. If not successful, the property will be disposed of according to Arizona Revised Statutes.

Proof of Ownership Required. For Found Property, Bicycles and Stolen Recovered Property, there are five ways proof of ownership can be established. Claimant can verify serial number of the item, have a dated receipt of purchase of the item, have submitted a prior Stolen/Lost Property Report with a police agency for the item, have a prior photograph with themselves and the item in it, or be able to articulate specific characteristics of the item that are not visible in the photographs posted. For Found Firearms the claimant can verify the serial number of the item, have a dated receipt of purchase of the item, or have submitted a prior Stolen/Lost Property Report with a police agency for the item. Unclaimed property can only be claimed by the person listed as the Possible Owner. .STT

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