EAST LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHDH) -
A self-storage property manager in Kentucky is looking for the owner of a collection of World War II medals that somehow got left behind.
Stephanie Kalbaugh and her husband David who own Aladdin Self Storage in East Louisville have been trying to solve the mystery.
"They're real special. That man basically laid his life on the line for our country," said David Kalbaugh.
The medals, which include bronze stars, silver stars and purple hears, belonged to a man named Anthony Grunder. If he's still alive, he's mostly likely in his 90s.
The couple looked through old records and searched online but have not been able to find Grunder.
The Kalbaughs discovered the medals in the office storage unit this past August. The current owners bought this facility in 2011. Before that it that was Toonerville Trunk and Storage, which came to be in the 90s. The couple believe that's when somebody stored the medals.
The couple is asking for the public's help in locating the owner of the medals.
"It deserves to be with his family," said Stephanie.