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lost or abandoned property 

The following items are lost or abandoned property found in Orange County.
Item, Mfr., Location Found
Camera (HP), Oak Ridge/Texas Ave
Camera (Sony), E. Buena Vista Dr
Camera (Sony), Oak Ridge/Texas Ave
Cell Phone (LG), Holden Ave
Cell Phone (Samsung), Oak Ridge/Texas Ave
Cell Phone (Samsung), Lee Rd/Edgewater Dr
GPS (Garmin), Chapel Trace Dr
Grilling Machine, Lake Underhill Rd
I Pad, Caserta St
I Pad (Silver), Laurel Springs Dr
I Phone (white), Aventura Blvd
I Phone, Heidi Ct.
I Phone (Silver), Hoffner Ave
I Phone (Silver), Belgrove PL
I Phone (White), Judd Way
I Phone 5 (White), Oakridge/International Dr
I Phone 5 (White) , Oakridge/International Dr
I Phone, Taverdale Dr
Jewelry, Continental Blvd
Jewelry, Orange Ave
Jewelry, Rollins Ave
Laptop (Acer), Bordwine Dr
Laptop (Acer), Holden Ave
Laptop (Apple), Main Street/Windermere
Laptop (Dell), Bordwine Dr
Laptop (HP), W Oak Ridge Dr
Miscellaneous Power Tools, Corona Dr
Tablet, Deerfield Blvd
Television (Dell), N John Young Parkway
Television (Sony), Edgewood Ranch Rd
Tool Box, Cornelia Ave
Tool Box, E Colonial Dr
US Currency, E Colonial Dr
US Currency, N Orange Ave
US Currency, S Kirkman Rd
US Currency, Presidents Dr

Property not claimed will be disposed of per Florida State Statutes Chapter 705. For more information call 407 317-7570 M-F 8am to 5pm

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