Delta Police seek owner of ‘donated’ bracelet

Delta Police are looking for the owner of piece of jewelry they believe may have been inadvertently left in a charity donation box.

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Delta Police are looking for the owner of piece of jewelry they believe may have been inadvertently left in a charity donation box.

On Sept. 22, a representative from a local Ladner charity reported to police that an expensive piece of jewelry had been placed in their donation box within the last few weeks. The charity group was concerned that the bracelet – described as gold with diamonds, unique in design and of significant value – may have been donated inadvertently.

Delta Police are attempting to identify the owner of the bracelet in order to confirm whether or not he or she was aware the bracelet was among the items donated. The bracelet is unique enough that the rightful owner should be able to provide police with sufficient descriptors to prove ownership.

If you believe you are the owner of the bracelet, please call the Delta Police at 604-946-4411, ask for Const. John Smith or Sgt. Mo Parry and quote file number 16-19953.

If no one is identified as the owner, the bracelet will be returned to the charity and accepted as a generous donation.

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