Lost property found at Picnic

Posted August 28, 2014 at 4:51 pm

by: Jarrod Schiereck, Chief of Police

The following items were found during the El Dorado Springs Picnic.

*Blue nylon tri-fold wallet with El Dorado Springs R2 Student ID (P. Green)

*Three keys with black clip and lanyard

Found property is available for viewing, Monday through Saturday, by appointment only. A detailed description of the property you’re wishing to view must be specified when making the appointment. Found Property is subject to disposal after 90 days based on value of the property if unclaimed by owner.

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