A taxi driver is hoping to find a "war hero" passenger to give him back a lost bracelet.

Robert Murdoch, who works for East Dunbartonshire TOA, picked up the gentlemen in Bishopbriggs and dropped him off at Queen Street Station in Glasgow city centre, last night around 10.30pm.

As he exited the car, the customer's magnetic bracelet got stuck on the vehicle door and was left behind.

When finding it, Robert noticed that the jewellery belongs to a "Scottish war hero".

On it, there are several charms with references to Afghanistan, Iraq, the Falklands War of 1982 and the Royal Marines.

Glasgow Times: The braceletThe bracelet (Image: Supplied)

Glasgow Times: Robert Murdoch and his taxiRobert Murdoch and his taxi (Image: Supplied)

Now, he is keen to return it as he believes it is sentimental to the wearer.

He said: "I'd like to try and find him because this is obviously very important to him.

"As far as I am concerned, this guy is a war hero.

"He's been in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Falklands and he was a Royal Marine."

If anyone knows who the bracelet belongs to or who the passenger is, please, email news@glasgowtimes.co.uk.