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Unclaimed Property

     The property on this list has been posted in the Unclaimed Property list within the last three (3) months and will remain on the list for 90 days, then will move to the Property Schedule for Disposal for 30 days. Per City of Bozeman Resolution Number 5100, if the property remains unclaimed for a period of four (4) months from the date of initial posting, it will be destroyed, returned to the finder, donated, converted to law enforcement use or sold at public auction to the highest bidder.

     Please review this list.  If you suspect any of the property on this list may be yours, please contact our Evidence Technician between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday – Friday at 406-582-2236 or contact them via email.

Unclaimed Property List

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Property Scheduled for Disposal

     The property on this list has been posted on this page within the last three (3) months. After 30 days, property is scheduled to be destroyed.  Per City of Bozeman Resolution Number 5100, an ad has been placed in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle advertising this property is scheduled for disposal after (specific date).  

     Please review this list.  If you suspect any of the property on this list may be yours, please contact our Evidence Technician between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday – Friday at 406-582-2236 or contact them via email.

     After property has been destroyed, returned, donated, converted to law enforcement use or sold at public auction, the property or the value of the property is not redeemable by the owner or another person entitled to possession.

Scheduled for Disposal List

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Preventive Property Loss

 What can you do to prevent property loss?

  1. Lock your home, garage or vehicles left unattended.
  2. Never leave valuable in plain sight in your home or vehicle.
  3. Don't tell strangers your daily routine.
  4. Be cautious about posting vacation plans or updates on social media. People can use this information to tell when you are away.
  5. Inventory, photograph, and record the serial numbers of any valuable property.