How to Find a Lost Gold Wedding Ring at Jericho Park Vancouver...Found

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Today I received a call from a young man who had lost his wedding ring 3 days ago at a park in Vancouver. He told me he was playing Frisbee football and he wasn’t sure if he put the ring in his bag before the game or if he put the ring in his pocket…

After meeting Doug and discussing the search area and asking a lot of questions to narrow down the search area I decided to start the search where Doug put his bag down.

I knew that this could be a very long search as I would have to search the entire soccer field if the ring wasn’t found near where his bag was.

I started my search and after 10 minutes or so I got a good signal and looked down and saw a big gold band hiding in the golden grass. I was excited and noticed that Doug and his wife wasn’t looking so I picked it up and asked Doug if I could do a short interview about his ring…He agreed but what he didn’t know was that I found his ring.

After a few questions I held the ring up in front of the camera and on the video you can see their reaction…I love my job!!!


















If you have lost a ring and need help finding it…Call me ASAP!

Video of the search…


11 Replies to “How to Find a Lost Gold Wedding Ring at Jericho Park Vancouver…Found”

  1. Jason Bontrager says:

    Nice video Chris! AWESOME REACTION. Priceless. Great job. PI PRO got it this time right?

  2. Chris Turner says:

    Thanks Jason…Yes it was the Whites PI Pro that found the gold!

  3. Greg DeLong says:

    Great recovery Chris.

    1. Chris Turner says:

      Thanks Greg, always fun to find a smile!

  4. John Volek says:

    Great example of a professional at work.

    Houston, Texas

  5. John Volek says:

    Great example of a professional at work!

    Houston, Texas

    1. Chris Turner says:

      You’re too kind John! It was so fun to see them happy!!!

  6. Matthew Fry says:

    Great Job Chris!

    Saw the soccer knee. That is also the leg you use to drag your grid search… Sure it doesn’t help it. I know you need to drag it in the grass for your grid mark. In the sand drag your sand scoop in your off hand behind you. That way your step is more natural and not putting pressure on the knee or your lower back. Still on the prayer list.

    Again, Great Job and Great Reaction.

    1. Chris Turner says:

      Thanks Matthew…That was a long time I waited for the surgery and now I can’t wait to get back at it with no pain!

  7. Mike McInroe says:

    Great to see you up and at em and getting it done with style! Hope the knee heals up quickly and the pain subsides! Love those smiles!

    1. Chris Turner says:

      Thanks Mike! Hope the family is well…

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