Longboat Key police are seeking the owner of a 7.75-inch diamond-and-sapphire tennis bracelet found in late March in the Publix parking lot.
The bracelet will remain in police custody for 90 days, or until late June, unless claimed by the owner, as required by Florida state statutes.
If the bracelet’s owner isn’t located during that time, the individual who found the bracelet will be allowed to claim it.
Contact Robin Hartill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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