Luxury watch to be auctioned if owner fails to come forward

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The watch was handed in to the Links Clubhouse in St Andrews (Picture by Alan Stewart)

AN EXPENSIVE watch left in a St Andrews golf club in July is about to be sold off at auction unless the owner claims it in the next few days.

The Omega Seamaster gentleman’s watch was handed in to staff at the Links Clubhouse in St Andrews at the end of July, and was passed on to police by clubhouse staff.

After being held for three months in the found property section of Cupar Police Station, the watch will be sold off at auction sometime next month unless the rightful owner turns up to claim it.

A spokesman for Fife Constabulary said: “There is a wide range of Omega Seamaster watches on the market, ranging in price from £1,500 to £9,500 – this watch is thought to be in the middle of this range

“We are keen to reunite this item with the rightful owner and would urge them to contact us at Cupar Police Station or by calling us on 0845 600 5702.”

 

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