Fairfax County police are trying to find the owners of dozens of stolen family heirlooms, including a Civil War-era wedding band.

The more than 100 items have been in possession of the Fairfax County police for nearly seven years after detectives arrested nursing assistant Myrtle Martey, 47, of Arlington, on charges of grand larceny.

Many of the theft victims were elderly, and some were ill and may have since died.

One of the items includes a gold ring inscribed with the date July 19, 1866. In there are about 31 pairs of earrings, 18 broaches, 18 necklaces, 11 bracelets, seven watches and numerous pendants. If no one collects them soon, they will be sent off to the state treasury in Richmond.

Anyone with information or who believes the property maybe theirs, can call police at (703) 256-8035.