A BAG of jewellery found at the bus stop outside Balcombe Grammar, Mt Martha, in February, has Rosebud police baffled.
The jewellery includes rings, a watch, a pair of earrings and a gold coloured wedding band inscribed with a message of love, a name and date.
No one has come forward to claim it.
Property officer Tony Paterson said the items may have been inadvertently left behind at the bus stop by an elderly person, or may have been stolen in small lots and dropped there by mistake.
He said anyone who had lost jewellery or had some stolen around this time should call him on 5986 0422.
Anyone claiming to own the jewellery would have to describe the various pieces, as well as the inscription, or bring in photos of the jewellery to have it returned.