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CASE FILE: Colorado Unclaimed Property Division

  • Aired: 12/04/2011
  • 04:23
  • Rating: TV-G
Businesses and individuals regularly lose track of property and banking accounts. The Colorado State Treasurer keeps track of over 500,000 names of businesses and individuals in hopes of reuniting these assets with their owners or heirs. In this ROADSHOW's Most Wanted case, Peter Shemonsky and host Mark L. Walberg examine some of the jewels that remain unclaimed in the Treasury vaults.
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Find out what happens to lost or forgotten property in this ROADSHOW's Most Wanted case!
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