Investigators are trying to find where a found World War II veteran's gravesite marker belongs.
DELAWARE COUNTY, Ind. -- Investigators are trying to find where a found World War II veteran's gravesite marker belongs.
The bronze gravesite marker, belonging to David D. Gray, was found in northeastern Delaware County on Monday, according to a Facebook post from the Delaware County Sheriff's Office.
The sheriff's office was unable to find any names associated with the marker.
David D. Gray was a sergeant for the U.S. Army in World War II, according to the marker.
He was born Dec. 30, 1911 and died Sept. 27, 1993.
If you have any information on who David D. Gray was, or know where the grave is, contact Jeff Stanley at 765-747-7840.
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