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Can I have someone else pick up my property?
If you are having someone else pick up your property, your designee must have a legal notarized statement from you authorizing him/her to pick up your items. You must notify the Property Custodian in advance of your appointment that someone else will be picking up your property for you. They must be able to show valid, personal, government issued photo identification and the Property Custodian will take a copy of their I.D.

SPD Property and Evidence

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1. Has your bicycle been stolen?
2. What is safekeeping property?
3. How do I get my firearm(s) back?
4. How long do you hold a found item?
5. Is property being used as evidence ever returned to the owner?
6. How much time do I have to claim property after receiving notification from the Property and Evidence Section?
7. Can I have someone else pick up my property?
8. What happens to unclaimed property?