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The following details will advise you how best to deal with property you have either lost or found.

Cumbria Constabulary will accept found property which may be linked to a crime. We will also accept found property that contains personal data, such as Identification, bank / store cards and mobile phones, if
you are unable to report this to the issuing authority.

We are unable to take reports of lost property as this must be dealt with by the issuing authority.

We are therefore not able to issue lost property reference numbers, should you be asked for a lost property reference number from an insurance provider or another company, please send them a letter to confirm this. 

Lost Property

The Constabulary is unable to take any reports of the following items of lost
property. Read our guidance pages to help you report
this to the correct place. 

Found Property

Advice and information to help you report property which has been found to
the correct place. 

 

Protecting your property

Find out how to protect your property and keep it safe.

If you have not already done so, you should consider registering your property on a database at www.immobilise.com, this will increase the likelihood of your property being returned to you. It’s free and easy to register.

Protecting your mobile

If you want to register your phone you will need your IMEI/ serial number (a 15-digit number) which can be accessed by keying in *#06# into your phone, looking behind the battery of your phone, on the box that your phone came in, or by contacting your service provider.

 



If you lose or find an item and you believe this has been involved with a crime, please contact police on 101 or visit your local station.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





If you would like to find out more about how to protect your property then please click here. 

If you have not already done so, you should consider registering your property on a database at www.immobilise.com, this will increase the likelihood of your property being returned to you.

It’s free and easy to register.

Protecting your mobile phone

If you want to register your phone you will need your IMEI/ serial number (a 15-digit number) which can be accessed by keying in *#06# into your phone, looking behind the battery of your phone, on the box that your phone came in, or by contacting your service provider.

Crime property

If you lose or find an item and you believe this has been involved with a crime, please contact police on 101 or visit your local station.