Residents Can Recover Property
Marion County, FL -- Victims of burglaries may often give up any hope of getting their property back, but there may be good news for some marion county residents.
The Evidence Division of the Marion County Sheriff's Office will be displaying more than 200 items that were taken from burglaries. Most of the items were taken from homes and cars located in the southern part of the county. Residents can show up on Monday, June 2nd, from 1-4 PM, at 3300 NW 10th Street in Ocala to try to find any items that were stolen from them. Judge Cochran, Spokesperson for Marion County Sheriffs Office, said the goal is to get the property back into the right hands.
"Folks are asking about watches, we've got watches there, we've got bikes there, we have a lot of tools, things you would find in garages from lawn mowers to golf equipment, sporting goods, things of that nature, just come on out," said Judge Cochran.
If residents do find an item that belongs to you, deputies will need some proof to hand it over. they'll need anything from receipts, photos, serial numbers, or any other documentation that connects you to the item.
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