A Dacian-Roman bracelet stolen from the archeological site in Sarmisegetuza, Central Romania, was identified at a sales exhibit organized in Paris. A Romanian Interior Ministry press release says the 24K golden bracelet, weighing about one kilogram, was put on sale for 90,000 euro.

The auction was part of the Grand Palais Exhibition in Paris and the piece of jewelry was exhibited at the stand of New York-based firm Adriana Gallerz.

A Romanian Interior Ministry representative present at the Exhibition informed the French Police about the situation and the bracelet was confiscated and transfered to Romania. The case is currently under investigation.

The bracelet is the only one to be recovered from a total of 15 such objects stolen by Romanian criminals at the Sarmisegetuza site.