2 Utah police departments searching for owners missing ‘a substantial amount of money’

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Utah, Jan. 15, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — Two Utah police departments are asking for the rightful owners of sums of missing money come forward to claim their property.

Hurricane Police Department thanked three youngsters who turned in “a substantial amount of money.” Hurricane police said in a Facebook post Tuesday morning the three kids, identified as Riley, Alexis and Scottland, found the money on their way to their bus stop.

“There was a substantial amount of money but no identification,” the post said. “Even without any prompting from adults they decided to turn the property over to the police department. We thank them for their honesty and see them as an example of good in the community.”

The police department said that anyone who has lost money is asked to contact the evidence technician Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 435-635-9663 ext. 125. Callers will need to answer some questions to make sure the property is theirs.

Meanwhile, Lone Peak Police Department in Highland posted a cryptic post on Facebook Monday saying: “Some money was found at the library. It was found inside ‘something.'”

The post goes on: “You will have to describe what it was in and the amount that was in there.”

Lone Peak PD can be reached by calling 801-756-9800. The reference number in this case is #19AH00200.


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