Restaurant manager seeking owner of forgotten 95-year-old bible

FOX NEWS - This is a mystery of biblical proportions.

A restaurant manager is searching for the owner of a nearly 100-year-old bible that was left behind by a patron last October.

Ruben Navarette, manager at Azzurro Restaurant in Richmond, Va., said the bible was discovered on a chair in the bathroom of the restaurant, CBS6 reported. The tattered book was reportedly stored in a one-gallon Ziplock bag.

When Navarette took the bible out of the plastic bag, he saw a name, Eleanor Pauline Dillard, and a date, December 25, 1923.