Lost watch found and returned from red river beach in Harwich ma

from Orleans (Massachusetts, United States)
Contact: 1-508-240-4880

tuesday September 4

‘I decided to go down to red river beach in Harwich after I left work. While I was wandering around with my detector I came across a signal that really rang my ears bad, I figured that there was a few cans buried there and that I really didn’t want to find another pile to bring to the trash but a light sweep of my foot revealed a rather large watch. I left the beach shortly after popping the watch from it’s shallow grave I showed the watch to my father who asked if it came from red river , I said yes and he informed me that a man had come in to his work asking if it had been found and left his contact info in case it was found. The next morning I got the mans information and gave him a call, I told him where I got his number and that I look for lost items for people. I asked him to describe the watch in detail he said it was a TAG HEUER AQUARACER stainless band with blue outer ring and inner face. I said well that’s a good description and that it matched the one in my hand, needless to say I think he was shocked, we spoke for a few more minutes he gave me his address and the watch was sent out the next morning to North Carolina. It arrived at his office today via usps and I received a text with a picture of the watch where it belonged 

2 Replies to “Lost watch found and returned from red river beach in Harwich ma”

  1. Chad Vaughan says:

    Hi Jeff,

    I want to take the time and opportunity here on RingFinder to thank you so very much. This watch truly means a lot to me. I got this watch as a high school graduation present from my mother and father. It was the 1st real expensive item I ever owned. I honestly can’t figure out how I lost it at Red River Beach. I really tend not to lose things (knock on wood). I lost it on a Saturday, and I went back to Red River on Sunday to look in the sand and parking lot. With little hope left, I called Harwich Recreation Center, Harwich Police, and Highway Maintenance Facilities to place a report on it. After three days, I really gave up hope. The watch that my parents gave me that I had since 2006 was gone for good, all the memories lost. When Luke called me on a Wednesday, 4 days after I lost it, I was shocked and dumbfounded. It’s honestly a miracle. Thank you, Luke, for taking the time and effort to help me get this valuable piece back to me. My mom is probably more ecstatic than me about it. It is comforting to know that there are good people out there helping others that have lost valuables that can’t be replaced in this lifetime or the next. The watch represents all the hard work that my parents do and have provided for me in life, but I am glad to say that the watch now also represents hope in good people, treasurer finders, and the great people of Cape Cod. Thank you so much Luke. I will never forget it. Always.

    Respectfully,

    Chad Vaughan

  2. Chad Vaughan says:

    Hi Luke,
    I want to take the time and opportunity here on RingFinder to thank you so very much. This watch truly means a lot to me. I got this watch as a high school graduation present from my mother and father. It was the 1st real expensive item I ever owned. I honestly can’t figure out how I lost it at Red River Beach. I really tend not to lose things (knock on wood). I lost it on a Saturday, and I went back to Red River on Sunday to look in the sand and parking lot. With little hope left, I called Harwich Recreation Center, Harwich Police, and Highway Maintenance Facilities to place a report on it. After three days, I really gave up hope. The watch that my parents gave me that I had since 2006 was gone for good, all the memories lost. When Luke called me on a Wednesday, 4 days after I lost it, I was shocked and dumbfounded. It’s honestly a miracle. Thank you, Luke, for taking the time and effort to help me get this valuable piece back to me. My mom is probably more ecstatic than me about it. It is comforting to know that there are good people out there helping others that have lost valuables that can’t be replaced in this lifetime or the next. The watch represents all the hard work that my parents do and have provided for me in life, but I am glad to say that the watch now also represents hope in good people, treasurer finders, and the great people of Cape Cod. Thank you so much Luke. I will never forget it. Always.
    Respectfully,
    Chad Vaughan

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