It depends on whether the conduct, in light of all relevant circumstances, would lead a reasonable person to conclude that the property was abandoned.
Was that the first and only attempt to have her retrieve the property? If so, then I doubt a reasonable person would conclude that she abandoned the items. A reasonable person would probably conclude that for some reason that particular time (3:00-3:30) wasn’t convenient. But if that was the 5th time she blew you off, then a reasonable person may conclude that she’ll never get the items, and therefore, she abandoned them. On the other hand, even if it was the 5th time, but it turns out the reason she didn’t pick up those items is because she got into a car accident while she was on her way to your place, then a reasonable person would probably not conclude that she intended to abandon the property.
I wish I could give you a definite yes or no, but it’s just not possible because the answer depends on all of the facts and circumstances. Since you know all the facts, you’re in the best position to answer that question. Do you believe that she failed to retrieve the property because she doesn’t want it, or do you believe that she failed to retrieve the property for some other reason?
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