Crime, Fire + Courts

CHP seeks owner of lost cash

By From page A2 | April 16, 2014

The Woodland California Highway Patrol is seeking the public’s help in returning some money to its rightful owner.

According to Officer Bryan Konvalin, a private citizen found the large amount of cash — the exact total was not disclosed — near the Dunnigan rest stop along Interstate 5 and turned it over to the CHP on Jan. 15.

Anyone who lost the money on or around that date is encouraged to call the CHP at 530-662-4685. To collect, the owner must be able to provide details such as the amount, number and denominations of the bills, as well as a description of the container they were found in, Konvalin said.

Lauren Keene

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