South Dakota is full of unique treasures and antiques. Sometimes they are hiding right in a thrift store waiting to be discovered.

A South Dakota thrift store recently stumbled upon what appears to be a precious family heirloom. The store is not sure if someone meant to drop it off or if this was placed in a box to donate by accident.

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The Winner Thrift Store located in Winner, South Dakota needs your help finding the family who owns this priceless necklace. The treasured item is a locket necklace with two pictures inside. The couple pictured in the locket could be a South Dakota family's parents, grandparents, or even great-grandparents.

The Winner Thrift Store even created a Facebook post in the hopes of finding its rightful owner.

Does this cherished family heirloom belong to you? That's what the Winner Thrift Store is trying to figure out.

Can anyone tell us who this couple is?? We would like to see if family wants this. Maybe it was donated by accident??

South Dakota has been investigating all the possibilities on the Facebook post. At the time of this article, the Facebook post from the Winner Thrift Store has been shared on the internet over 300 times. Some have even shared the picture with friends thinking it could be someone in their family.

Boy, that does bear a resemblance with my mother! I don't really recognize the couple. 

They look familiar- I am thinking probably from Carlock or dances

Do you know who they are?

Having dear family heirlooms is something special. I know I would want this irreplaceable locket if it belonged to me.

Do you recognize this necklace and the people in the pictures? Does this locket belong to you?

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