LIVERMORE (CBS SF) — The Dublin office of the California Highway Patrol on Thursday asked for the public’s help finding the owner of a burial flag and a photo of a veteran found along I-580 in Livermore.

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The burial flag that appeared to be the type provided to veterans was found in a wooden box with a photo of a man in uniform near Isabel Avenue. Authorities didn’t say when the flag was found, but noted that the lost item had not been claimed.

Unknown man in uniform (CHP Dublin)

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Authorities posted their plea on the Dublin CHP Twitter account along with two photos: one showing the veteran’s burial flag and a photo of a soldier and a second close-up of the man’s photo.

“We hoped someone would claim this valuable property but no luck…yet,” the post read.

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The post went on to say if the man in the photo “is your family member or friend” to call the Dublin CHP office at 925-828-0466.