A fresh appeal has gone out to find the owner of a Pandora bracelet found outside a Doncaster hospital.
The bracelet was discovered outside the main entrance at Doncaster Royal Infirmary last Thursday night at about 6pm.
A number of readers have contacted the Free Press to claim the bracelet - but none of those who have been in touch have been able to identify the bracelet as theirs.
Now the woman who found it is making a renewed plea to return it to its rightful owner.
The finder, who is remaining anonymous said: “The bracelet has a few charms on it and I know how special these are to people.
“I’d be really upset if I lost something like this so I’d really like to return it to its rightful owner.
“I don’t want to give too much away about the bracelet in case someone tries to claim it and it’s not theirs as I’ve had something similar happen before. I’d like them to contact me and tell me what charms are on it and then I’ll return it.”
“If it’s their bracelet they should be able to tell me about all the charms.”
To make it easier to identify the bracelet, one of the charms is an apple.
Anyone who thinks the missing bracelet is theirs, should email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the charms attached to the bracelet.