Police are looking for a potential runaway bride in Billerica, Massachusetts.
A resident found a mysterious wedding gown on the side of a busy road around 6:45 p.m. on Wednesday. There was no hanger or garment bag with the dress.
"I thought, 'Oh my God. There’s a white dress out there,'" the woman who found the gown, Regina Goodwin, told ABC affiliate WCVB. "I ran ou, and there were no cars around at all."
This wedding dress was recovered on Bridle Road about 6:45 PM. Give us a call if it's yours 978-667-1212 pic.twitter.com/QfVVWFiWQc— Billerica Police MA (@BillericaPD) April 19, 2017
The size 4 dress is from David's Bridal, which told police the gown's style is three years old and worth $600 dollars.
The kicker though: The dress happened to be found on Bridle Road.
"This is the first time this type of thing has happened," Deputy Chief Roy Frost told ABC News. "We get a lot of lost and found items but nothing like this. The dress has some value to it."
Frost said they received a call Thursday night from a Roslindale resident who thought the dress was hers and "had a pretty elaborate story," but they determined that the woman is not the owner. They have no additional leads.
"I think there’s a story behind it," he said. "I think somebody either intentionally threw it on the road there because of some background story -- we can speculate all day -- or it just fell off when someone was moving and it wasn’t secured properly and it flew out the back of a vehicle like a truck. I just don’t know. It’s in good shape. Somebody cared for the thing and I’m sure it has some sentimental value. But maybe sentimental in a bad way."