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Are you saying you were evicted and were not able to take all your personal property at that time?
Were you evicted by the landlord or by the roommate who you were renting from?
Ok, sorry for the confusion. If she has moved out and taken your personal property, that is theft at worst and "conversion" at best. So you have a couple options.
You could try to file a criminal complaint for theft with the police of local DA, but they may tell you that it is a civil matter you have to take up in civil court.
The other option would be to file a formal civil suit against her for "conversion", which is the wrongful taking of the property of another. You would be asking for "replevin" which is their return or for their depreciated value in the form of a money judgment. If the value of the items is under $5,000 then you can file the suit in small claims court and don't need an attorney to help.