Nanaimo RCMP seek the owner of an antique gold watch that has been in its possession for about three months. (Submitted photo)

Police seek owner of ‘very old gold’ watch found in central Nanaimo

Nanaimo RCMP say women’s watch has phrase “Always with Love” engraved on it

Nanaimo RCMP seek the owner of an antique gold watch that they have had for three months.

According to a press release, the “very old gold women’s watch” was found on the driveway of a house in central Nanaimo 90 days ago. The owner of the house found the jewelry piece and turned it into the police.

There are two sets of initials engraved on the back and the phrase “Always with Love.”

READ ALSO: Police hope owner will claim bike suspected to be stolen

If you have information on who the owner of the watch may be, you can call the RCMP non-emergency line at 250-754-2345.

Police also ask that you quote the file number #2019-35406.


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