I was a victim of a crime. When will I be able to get my property back?
Evidentiary items collected for a criminal case will have to be kept until the trial or until the case is disposed of. Once a property release is authorized by the District Attorney’s Office or prosecuting office handling the case, the Douglasville Police Department will then be able to work on returning the property to its owner.

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