He left Oct 4, and still hasn't come for his things. He made 2 appts to come by, but never came
Look up the the rules regarding abandoned property in your state or locality and comply with them. These typically require reporting the property as abandoned to law enforcement, sending the owner the legally required form of notice, and waiting the prescribed time before disposing of the property. Usually, getting the legal notice will prompt the owner of the property to get a move on.
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