More than $7,000 worth of county-owned property was reported misplaced, stolen or destroyed so far this year, according to a report released last week.
The items range from a $1,678 notebook computer believed stolen to a portable food warmer that officials can't seem to find.
Nineteen items made the list, which is one of three rosters of lost items released during the year.
The property has a total depreciated value of $7,482, though the county paid $39,076 for the 19 items when they were purchased new.
Other items reported missing include two video display screens valued at $810 each, two portable radios and a computer keyboard.
Stolen items include several pieces of computer equipment, a radio and a gas-oxygen mask.
Determining whether a missing item is lost or stolen requires a certain amount of judgment, according to officials.
"If something is missing in a building that was broken into, it probably means it was stolen," said Jan Grimes of the county's auditor-controller's office.