Kansas is sitting on $400M in unclaimed property — here’s how to find out if any of it’s yours

Kansas State Treasurer Lynn Rogers often makes public appearances, including a recent one at an Overland Park coffee shop, trying to make Kansans aware of their potentially unclaimed property. This is money that has been turned over to the state for various reasons. Currently, Rogers says $400 million has accumulated over the past four years. Above, Rogers at the Filling Station earlier this month.

Johnson Countians and other Kansans may have money to their name that they don’t know about.

There’s more than $400 million worth of lost or unclaimed property that the State Treasurer’s Office is holding onto — and is working to get back to rightful owners.