Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announced on Thursday that Hoosiers claimed nearly $27,000 during the first-ever Indiana Unclaimed Day.
During an event in Indianapolis, residents could search their names in an online database in hopes of finding unclaimed property.
For part of the event, Attorney General Hill joined his staff.
Unclaimed property includes assets such in places as checking and savings accounts, insurance proceeds, safe-deposit-box contents, stock dividends, and unpaid wages.
More than 10 Hoosiers found they owned unclaimed property worth more than $100. Four other residents discovered they owned unclaimed property worth more than $1,000.
To see if you have unclaimed property, visit IndianaUnclaimed.gov to follow a step-by-step claims process.
In 2016, Indiana Unclaimed returned close to $69 million to Hoosiers. So far, in 2017, Hoosiers have claimed nearly $34 million.
(This story was originally published on July 27, 2017)
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