A pouch of jewellery has been handed in to police after being found in Bundaberg South.
Authorities are hoping to reunite the items with the rightful owner, after they were found on Wednesday May 11.
A spokesperson for Queensland Police says the pouch contains a gold bracelet, gold chain, gold chain with small pendant and two rings.
It's one of a number of items in the local property room at the moment, including bikes, mobile phones and other jewellery.
"If you think this or any of the property below might be yours and you can prove ownership, please contact Bundaberg Police quoting the corresponding police reference number," a QPS spokesperson says.
The pouch contains a gold bracelet, gold chain, gold chain with small pendant and two rings (one containing an opal) – QP2200797096.
Silver Flight mountain bike left at the library in Woondooma Street, Bundaberg Central and handed to police on Monday, May 16 – QP2200824842.
Red and black Repco Anaconda mountain bike located in the park on the corner of Barolin and Maynard Streets, Walkervale on Sunday, May 15 – QP2200819726.
Samsung mobile phone with a cracked screen left at the corner of Mulgrave and Electra Streets, Bundaberg West on Monday, May 9 – QP2200787573.
Red Apple iPhone left behind when exiting a taxi in Davidson Street, Bargara on Sunday, May 15 – QP2200829852.
Silver Tissot wristwatch left at the hospital in Bingera Street, Bundaberg West sometime after Thursday May 5 – QP2200795701.
Rose gold ring found at the hospital in Bingera Street, Bundaberg West on Thursday, April 28 – QP2200794676.
Image: Queensland Police Service