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B.C. charity seeks owner of gold, diamond bracelet possibly donated mistakenly

Police have been asked to help track the owner and say the bracelet is unusual enough that the owner should have no trouble describing it.

Police in Delta, B.C. have been asked by a local charity find the owner of a gold and diamond bracelet they believe may have been donated mistakenly.

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Police in Delta, B.C. have been asked by a local charity find the owner of a gold and diamond bracelet they believe may have been donated mistakenly.

DELTA, B.C. - A charity in Metro Vancouver wants to be certain a very unusual donation is not a mistake.

The charity, based in Ladner, B.C., recently found an expensive piece of jewelry in its donation box.

The gold and diamond bracelet was spotted around Sept. 22 and Delta Police say the charity is concerned it may have been donated inadvertently.

The item is described as unique in design and of significant value.

Police have been asked to help track the owner and say the bracelet is unusual enough that the owner should have no trouble describing it.

If the owner does not come forward, police say the jewelry will be returned to the charity and accepted as a generous donation.

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