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UPDATE: Bettendorf Wedding Item Mystery

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Update: Police have located the owners and determined it was part of a domestic dispute.
 
Bettendorf police are trying to solve a wedding wardrobe mystery. Last week,  police were called to the area of 35th and State Street in Bettendorf.
     
A wedding dress, suit coat, pictures and even a couple of birthday cards were hanging from a street sign. The items were in a dry cleaner bag.
 
Police believe the pictures could have been taken in the 80's or 90's and say the only other identifying information are the first names "Terry" and "Melissa".

"At this point we aren't sure if they were intentionally left behind or thrown away or if it was possibly just lost," said Capt. Keith Kimball.

Police say they just want to get the information out there and make sure these items get back to the owners if they want them.