stolen property

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Noun1.stolen property - property that has been stolen
transferred possession, transferred property - a possession whose ownership changes or lapses
spoil - (usually plural) valuables taken by violence (especially in war); "to the victor belong the spoils of the enemy"
booty, dirty money, loot, pillage, plunder, prize, swag - goods or money obtained illegally
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The contraband and stolen property was piled in assorted heaps on the back veranda of the bungalow.
I'll have my way in the matter, and you shall take the papers, for it is no favor that I am doing you, but simply a restoration of stolen property."
He did not doubt that if he had made the retort which was on his lips when Mr Chester turned round and questioned him so keenly, he would straightway have given him into custody and had him dragged before a justice with the stolen property upon him; in which case it was as certain he would have been hung as it was that he had been born.
Higginbotham's claims on the town, determined to issue handbills, offering a reward of five hundred dollars for the apprehension of his murderers, and the recovery of the stolen property.
Now suppose she recovers the stolen property. What is likely to happen then?
But it's not stealing," he exclaimed heatedly; "it's recovering stolen property. Besides, Sir Bernard will pay him his five thousand as soon as he has the picture; and, you'll see, old Craggs will be just as loath to let it come out as Sir Bernard himself.
WEAPONS and stolen property were recovered during a day of action in Sefton on Wednesday.
Nzioka also faced another charge of being found with stolen property on June 30, at Imara Daima in Nairobi City, where he had different wines, a TV set and sub woofer worth Sh50,800.
Furthermore, the release states that the suspect is likely to be charged for possession of stolen property. Police investigations are still ongoing.
Aailyah Shewan, 21, of the 1200 block of Coventry Place in Aurora, has been charged with possession of a stolen motor vehicle and two counts of possession of stolen property. Her bail was set at $60,000.
Ogunsanmi and Izuchuckwu were arraigned alongside Emeka Iheagwu, 29, who allegedly bought the stolen property.