Port Orange Police Department Found Property
Property that is turned in as found (with the exception of firearms) may be claimed by appointment at the Port Orange Police Department during the hours of 8:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

To claim your lost property, you must provide proof of ownership and present a valid photo ID.

Found property is held for 90 days and then disposed of in accordance with Florida Law.  Items that are sold are done so by competitive bidding via public sale at www.propertyroom.com

If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment you may contact the our Property and Evidence Section at 386-506-5890 or 386-506-5891.

7 total records, listed by: entry date, in descending order.
March 27, 2017170002679GS16055286126" MENS GENESIS V2100 MOUNTAIN BIICYCLE MATTE BLACK/BLUE
March 24, 2017170002655SNIDC07E09223SILVER/LIGHT BLUE SCHWINN PATHWAY HYBRED 24SPEED STREET BICYCLE
March 20, 2017170002452SCM988102686BLUE ROADMASTER MOUNTAIN BIICYCLE
March 20, 2017170002481250C988GTREK BEACH CRUISER AQUA BLUE
March 08, 2017170002115N/AGREEN OXYGEN TANK
March 06, 2017170002002N/ALARGE COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONER COIL IN BOX
March 02, 2017170001955FHLR4BSSG9J6APPLE SMART WATCH, 7000 SERIES BLACK/BLUE BAND
















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