You can require the employee come and recover the items
Practically, consider shipping to employee instead.
otherwise, there is risk the employee will sue or file a labor board complaint
alternatively, see if employee will cover the shipping costs
but you have the choice to make employee come and get it
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for value or actual return of the property
and may file a police complaint
it could create a serious nuisance and cost
and for this reason, practically, if the cost is not high, accomodate.
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