SAN ANTONIO — It's a photo mystery a veterans health care group is hoping San Antonians can solve.

The South Texas Veterans Health Care System is hoping to return a found photo to its owner.

According to a post made by the South Texas Veterans Health Care System to their Facebook page. The photo was likely dropped by a veteran outside of the center's optometry clinic.

The post says that the photo "obviously has some sentimental value" and want to return it to its rightful owner.

The group shared a picture of the photo, saying that it had the names "Massey" and "Crenshaw" etched on the back.

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