The Searsport Police Department is looking for the rightful owner of a class ring that was found at a local grocery store about two weeks ago.

Searsport Police Chief Dick LaHaye said the gold-toned piece appears to be a woman’s ring, and that it indicates its original owner is a 1945 graduate. The ring does not have any obvious markings to indicate what high school the owner may have attended, but LaHaye estimated its original owner would be about 84 years old.

There are initials engraved on the ring and while the letters are legible, LaHaye declined to publicize them because they serve as a way for the rightful owner to positively identify the piece.

The ring was found at Tozier’s Family Market in Searsport about two weeks ago, LaHaye said, and employees there turned it in to police Monday morning, Oct. 3 after they had no success in finding its owner.

To offer information about who the ring might belong to, or to claim it, call police at 548-2304.