Gavrilyuk said Lutsenko caused damage to the state estimated at $122,000 U.S. dollars, and property, including his apartment, with a total value of $200,000 dollars had been seized.
Gavrilyuk said his office was still valuing the property seized from Tymoshenko.
The deputy prosecutor general estimated the losses Tymoshenko caused to Ukraine by buying gas at unsuitable market prices in 2009 to be $187 million dollars.
Both Tymoshenko and Lutsenko are accused of abusing power.
On Wednesday, Ukraine's lawmakers announced Tymoshenko would face from seven to ten years imprisonment on the charges, which involve gas contracts with Russia.
There are three criminal cases instituted against the former Ukrainian premier.