Each year, the Treasury Department (Department) receives millions of dollars in unclaimed property from abandoned bank accounts, forgotten stocks, checks that have not been cashed, certificates of deposit, safe deposit box contents, life insurance policies and other sources. Treasury maintains custody of this unclaimed property, while working hard to return it to its rightful owners. The following is a list of owners whose unclaimed property was reported and delivered to the Treasury Department. If you find your name, you can file a claim on Treasury’s website at www.patreasury.org. From this site, you can download a claim form and follow the progress of your claim. Persons may also file a claim by calling the Bureau of Unclaimed Property at (800) 222- 2046 Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m. Written inquiries may be sent to the Bureau of Unclaimed Property, P. O. Box 1837, Harrisburg, PA 17105-1837, Attention Research Department. The Bureau of Unclaimed Property is administered by the Pennsylvania Treasury Department.