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If you recognize any of the items in the photographs, can prove ownership and have filed a theft report, please call Detective John Oliphant at 509-477-3324.  Please provide your report number and the picture number(s). If you recognize any of the items in the photographs, can prove ownership and have filed a theft report, please call Detective John Oliphant at 509-477-3324. Please provide your report number and the picture number(s).
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -

Spokane Valley Sheriff's Investigative Unit Detectives are trying to find the rightful owners of items believed to have been stolen. 

The property in the pictures was recovered from a stolen car last Monday and the items you see are the items that have not yet been identified. 

If you recognize any of the items in the photographs, can prove ownership and have filed a theft report, please call Detective John Oliphant at 509-477-3324.  Please provide your report number and the picture number(s). 

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