MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.(WBTW) - A couple in the Myrtle Beach area is looking for the owner of a bracelet which could be worth a lot of money and sentimental value.
Cary Nelson found a Pandora bracelet with about 20 charms on it while using his metal detector on the beach last Tuesday.
Some of the charms include a 30-year anniversary one, a grandma charm with a special engraving, and most interestingly, a charm for the West Virginia University Mountaineers.
Nelson said he hopes to find whoever lost the bracelet.
"It wasn't connected at first and I could only see a little bit of it in the sand. Once I pulled it out, I was like, this is definitely something different and something that someone really misses," said Cary Nelson.
A Facebook post from Nelson's wife has over 17,000 shares, but she said she hasn't been able to find the owner yet.
Feel free to share this story to help reunite the Mountaineer fan with their bracelet.
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