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PHOTOS: IS ANY OF THIS YOURS? Stolen Property Recovered From Spokane Valley Search Warrant

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If you have been the victim of a theft and believe any of these items may be yours, please contact Det. Shannon McCrillis at (509) 477-3156. If you have been the victim of a theft and believe any of these items may be yours, please contact Det. Shannon McCrillis at (509) 477-3156.
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Have you or someone you know recently been a victim of theft? Well then you're going to want to take a look at these pictures and share them with your friends.

Last week, Spokane Valley Police Property Crimes Detectives found a lot of stolen property while executing a search warrant in Spokane Valley. Included in the items stolen was a ticket to the Tesla concert on May 15th, 2014, and we certainly don't want you to miss that show, so if that ticket or any of the items look familiar to you, contact Detective Shannon McCrillis at 509-477-3156.

It is important to note that just because you're a Tesla fan, or fancy any of the other items you see here, you can't just call up Detective McCrillis and say "Hey! The sign says that's my Tesla ticket!" A police report will need to be made prior to claiming any of the items. Police reports can be made to Crime Check at 456-2233.

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