One Loveland home has become a neighborhood blight and people who live in the neighborhood want the home's yard cleaned up.
The home, which was a rental, went through foreclosure and the tenants were evicted.
Joane Fiene is a neighbor who has looked at the mess for weeks.
"We take care of our blocks and our houses," Fiene said.
The property is littered with mattresses, clothes, dirty diapers and other items from inside the home.
Papers on the door list Wells Fargo as the bank attached to the property. Fiene says she has been trying for weeks to get the bank, or anybody, to clean up the mess.
"I called the direct line and left messages," Fiene said. "[I] got nothing in return."
9NEWS contacted Wells Fargo late Sunday afternoon. They say they are working on the issue to see if this home is indeed theirs.
As for the Larimer County Sheriff's office, they say this type of thing has been happening a lot with foreclosed homes. Though officers will typically supervise court-ordered evictions, once that process is over the issue is completely out of their hands.
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