I am sure your passport is important to you, and though you can replace it through your consulate, that's really not the issue here.
You reported the theft
to the police and, from what I see on your other thread, I am assuming that this item was taken along with other household goods that you referenced above.
I cannot say why the police didn't arrest your ex initially, but as they did not, you can go over the heads of the police and speak directly to a prosecutor and try to swear out a complaint
there. As this invoves an ex, this would not only be a theft offense, it would be a domestic offense as well. You may wish to talk to an assistant DA in the domestic violence
bureau rather than ust characterize it as a theft.
DAs have a different obligation to the citizens of their judicial district than do police officers and they are lawyers. They should take your complaint more seriously.
If I've helped, please click the green Accept button so I can get credit for my work.
This thread will not close and you can always use it to get clarification.This is informational only and is NOT legal advice. There is no attorney-client relationship. You are advised to consult an attorney in your state for specific legal advice.