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Stolen Property 

Burglary Suspect Arrested – Warrant Yields Plethora of Potential Stolen Property & Firearms

On Monday, October 23, 2017, a residential burglary occurred in the 2300 block of Talbot Circle in the City of Corona. The victim of the burglary had security camera video that captured images of the suspect in the home. After the victim posted the video on social media websites, the Corona Police Department received numerous tips from concerned citizens on the identity of the suspect. Corona Police detectives, working with the information from the public, identified 46-year-old Riverside resident Michael Cohan as a potential suspect.

Case Details

Case Number: #17-11749
Read official Arrest Press Release
Read official Recovered Property Press Release 
View Footage of Stolen Property

 

Photographic Catalog

Investigators are releasing photographs of property that was recovered as a result of this investigation and may have been taken in other theft-related incidents. Please view the photographic catalog below in order to determine if any of the property belongs to you. If you recognize any of the property as your own, please fill out a Request for Contact to View Property form below, and our property technicians will be in contact with you.

Due to the ongoing criminal case it is important to identify the owners of the property recovered, however we are not currently permitted to release the property. We will need authorization from the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office in order to release any of the property. The timeframe for this authorization is unknown at this time.

  • The property shown in the photographs will only be released if it has been reported stolen to a law enforcement agency in a theft or burglary incident with a case number assigned.
  • A description of the stolen property you recognize in the photos posted on our website will also need to be included in the original theft or burglary report to law enforcement.
  • Photos of the stolen items, preferably with the owner shown with the property (wearing jewelry, for instance), are helpful.
  • Purchase receipts that clearly describe the item(s) can also help to expedite the return of the property to the rightful owners.

Stolen Property

Updated on 12/08/2017 3:15 PM

Request for Contact to View Property

Please correct the field(s) marked in red below:

Please Provide Your Contact Information

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Please Provide Your Contact Information

Please list the number and letter of the photograph that contains the property you believe is yours.

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Please provide the address of where your theft or burglary incident occurred.

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Please provide the address of where your theft or burglary incident occurred.
Date of the theft or burglary incident when your property was stolen
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Police Report Information

This is required. If you have not reported the theft to the law enforcement agency with jurisdiction where it occurred, we are not able to release property to you.

Law Enforcement Report Number
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Name of the Law Enforcement Agency who invested your theft or burglary case
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Please allow two weeks to receive a call or email from Corona Police Department Property Technicians.

 

The Corona Police Department reserves the right to maintain possession of the property in the event claimants do not provide sufficient proof of ownership.  In instances where the recovered property is not claimed or returned to the rightful owner(s), the property will be stored or disposed of in accordance with established procedures and/or applicable law.

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