LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Police at Los Angeles International Airport is asking for your help in identifying the owners of a wedding photo album that was left at the airport last year.
A briefcase left last September in the arrivals area of Tom Bradley International Terminal was found to have inside what Los Angeles Airport Police are calling an “astonishing wedding album” along with a mirror and linens from a wedding reception.READ MORE: Protesters Vandalize Mayor Eric Garcetti's Home After He Signs Ordinance To Restrict Homeless Encampments
Photos from the album posted on the department’s Facebook page appeared to have captured the wedding ceremony of an apparent Middle Eastern couple, including a wedding hall at an unknown location with Arabic signage on the front of the building.
While standard Airport Police protocol for lost items is to hold them for 97 days in lost and found before being either discarded or auctioned off, police say they would not discard the item due to its “large sentimental value”, authorities said.READ MORE: 'The Childcare System Is In Crisis': Childcare Costs Rank As Top Expense for SoCal Families
But despite searching for over a year, police say they’re no closer to finding the owners.
A statement on the department’s Facebook page read: “We contacted the wedding hall and the designer at the contact numbers and address on the album and were unable to get any information from them.”MORE NEWS: COVID Cases Continue To Rise In LA County, Spread Among Younger Unvaccinated People
Anyone with information on the album or the couple is asked to contact the Los Angeles Airport Police.