I had a call this afternoon, Wednesday February 27, 2013 from Fraser about his lost wedding band.
As we had another snow storm in Toronto last night, Fraser took out his snowblower and started to clear the heavy snow from his driveway.
He told me that he was not wearing gloves and his hands were cold as he was using the snowblower.
After clearing the driveway, Fraser went back into the house where he realized his white and yellow gold wedding band was no longer on his finger.
In a panic to find his ring, Fraser went out and purchased a cheap metal detector hoping he could find his own ring.
He told me that it was beeping at everything, and this is when he went online and found me on TheRingFinders website.
I made it out to Fraser’s home in Brampton about an hour after we spoke on the phone and once there I got a few more details from him.
Luckily, Fraser only threw the snow up onto his front lawn and didn’t throw any out onto the street or sidewalk.
After hearing this, I grabbed my gear and started searching the huge piles of snow on the front lawn.
About a minute into the search, I got a great signal in the snowbank just a few inches above the driveway.
After using my pin-pointer to locate the target, Fraser’s ring popped out of the snow.
This was a really quick search and the look on Fraser’s face was great when he saw his ring come out of the snow.
Happy I could help out today Fraser, and thank you for the nice reward on such a fast search.