What To Do With St. Louis' Lost Property? The St. Louis Police department recently decided it will no longer accept lost items. Citing a state statute from 1919, it now directs finders to Mariano Favazza, the St. Louis Circuit Court clerk. Favazza says the rule change has made his office a busy one.

What To Do With St. Louis' Lost Property?

What To Do With St. Louis' Lost Property?

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The St. Louis Police department recently decided it will no longer accept lost items. Citing a state statute from 1919, it now directs finders to Mariano Favazza, the St. Louis Circuit Court clerk. Favazza says the rule change has made his office a busy one.

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