For Immediate Release:
April 12, 2022
Ashley Motley, Director of Strategic Communications
Treasurer Lynn Rogers Found UP in Overland Park and Kansas City, KS
TOPEKA – Kansas State Treasurer Lynn Rogers traveled to the HyVee at 8900 W. 135th in Overland Park and then on to the Price Chopper at 7600 State Ave. in Kansas City on Monday, Apr. 4 for unclaimed property search events. In Overland Park, the Treasurer helped Kansans locate $779 in unclaimed property. In Kansas City, KS, he was able to locate $705 in unclaimed property.
According to unclaimed property records, Overland Park still has $26,201,480.36 in unpaid claims and greater Johnson County has $63,181,303.44. Kansas City, KS has $16,872,987.80 in unpaid claims and greater Wyandotte County has $16,438,007.15.
“It’s important for me to make time to visit our Kansas neighborhoods to help patrons running errands take the time to check for their unclaimed property. I was even able to find unclaimed property for some of the staff bagging up groceries. Teaching Kansans about the work the Treasurer’s Office does, along with providing this service, is honestly the best part of my job,” said Treasurer Lynn Rogers.
Returning unclaimed property is a free service provided by the State Treasurer’s Office. Any website requesting credit card information or offering to find property for a fee is not the official website of the State Treasurer.
Kansans can search for unclaimed property anytime by visiting www.kansascash.ks.gov.