A grill manager is seeking a owners of a scarcely 100-year-old bible that was left behind by a enthusiast final October.
This is a poser of biblical proportions.
A grill manager is searching for a owners of a scarcely 100-year-old bible that was left behind by a enthusiast final October.
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Ruben Navarette, manager during Azzurro Restaurant in Richmond, Va., pronounced a bible was detected on a chair in a lavatory of a restaurant, CBS6 reported. The scruffy book was reportedly stored in a one-gallon Ziplock bag.
When Navarette took a bible out of a cosmetic bag, he saw a name, Eleanor Pauline Dillard, and a date, Dec 25, 1923.
Navarette told CBS6 he did not wish to hold a bible because “it’s so fragile,” so he put it in a safe, presumption a enthusiast would skip it shortly and lapse for it.
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However, 6 months later, that enthusiast still has not shown up. And Navarette’s possess searches for a enthusiast have not been successful.
“With a reservation complement we can hunt adult names and we attempted acid that name up. we knew there would be a slim possibility I’d be means to find any information on it and unfortunately we couldn’t,” he said.
Navarette is anticipating that a media coverage will warning a enthusiast to where a blank bible is.
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“It really belongs to someone’s family and I’m certain it has a lot of nauseating value to them.”
Navarette has requested any who have information that can lead to a lapse of a changed book, to call Azzurro Restaurant.