Without the information I asked for I can onlygive you a general answer but I hope this helps.
I'm afraid that you are overstating yourposition. They haven't found that you weren't involved in the incident and theyhaven't just let you go.
Almost certainly what they have done isrelease you under investigation which is not the same thing as a finding theywill take no action against you at all
In any event, even if they have taken nofurther action against you, they are entitled to seize property if they thinkit is relevant or may be relevant to the investigation of another although thatisn't what happened looking at the items in question.
You do have the option to bring a claimpursuant to the police property act for the recovery of your property but Iwouldn't advise it because it will lead to costs and I can see immediately thatthere is no basis for it yet. That is not to say that you will not recover yourproperty in the long run as they will have to make a decision in the end but theyhave not yet
Can I clarify anything for you?
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