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Wedding band found in grass parking strip – Denver, Colorado

from Denver (Colorado, United States)

Adam lost his white gold wedding band one night while walking to a friends house after a night of festivities at one of the local “watering holes”. Due to the amount of libations consumed the true path to the residence was not know for sure. Best guesses as to locations of stopping points to try to rid himself of severe hiccups seemed to be the likely spots of the rings disappearance. The search area could have been several blocks worth of grass strips within the public right of way. But with the information that I had in hand I began my search in what seemed to me the most likely of all the spots. I started my search in a grass strip that Adam had searched on his hands and knees for several hours. Within 10 mintues of search time the ring had reappeard under my search coil. I called Adam who was doing a visual search in one of the alleyways near by. He was a very happy man to get his ring back.

Ring recover June 29, 2010.

Wedding ring found in ditch – Aurora, Colorado

from Denver (Colorado, United States)

Recently I was contacted by Melissa. One night while in a heated debate with her husband her wedding ring found its way out of the car window. After a few hours cooler heads prevailed and the search for Melissa’s ring was on. They searched the site, which was marked by a field driveway, several times without luck.

I made arrangements to meet the couple and discussed what had occurred the night of the loss. After a quick re-enactment of the events that lead to the rings loss,  in which a “test ring” was thrown from the vehicle, my search began. Because of quality equipment, which includes a good set of headphones, I was only slightly hindered by the noise of the traffic on the road just feet away. However, with the Air National Guard taking off in their fighter jets just a short distance away and hitting their after-burners while directly overhead, I decided to take a short break. After about an hour of searching the ring was recovered not more than 6 paces from the location where our “test ring” had landed.

 Ring recovered: June 4, 2010

Metal Detecting Bear Mountain Resort for lost Gold Ring

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
Contact: (778) 838-3463

Lisa lost her cherished ring that was given to her by her Aunt at a Resort in Victoria BC while on her vacation…

Lost White Gold Wedding Ring,Douglas Park, Vancouver

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
Contact: (778) 838-3463

Early this morning…4am I was getting ready to do a search at a lake, I quickly checked my emails before I headed out and I noticed that someone was in need of my service…Here is the email below…
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*Found your services thru Google tonight as I lost my wedding band at Douglas Park in Cambie area while working out.

Went for a work out with a buddy and took off my wedding band and put in shorts pocket – did not know there was a hole in pocket and must have fallen out. I worked out in only certain areas of the park – in the work out circuit which is covered in bark mulch, on certain of area of the grass and did a couple of loops of the actual park. Tried to look myself but since it was 10pm no visibility even with the street lights.

I need your help in finding my wedding band. Can you please let me know your fees and time frame for being able to do the search.

I am going to try and look at 5am tomorrow morning when the sun is up but cant imagine having much luck.

If you get this email you can call, text or email me tonight or tomorrow morning.

Thank you,

Patrick

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Well I decided to search for this young man’s ring first, due to the fact that it was in an area that someone could easily find. It was 5am when I called Patrick and he was getting ready to search for his ring so we met at the park.

He showed me the area he could have lost the ring due to a hole in his pocked, The area was Huge!!! We were hoping to find it in the workout circuit as it was in a small area and it would’ve only taking minutes…No such luck!

Patrick then showed me where he was doing wind sprints in the middle of the field I took note of the area then asked him to walk me around the outside of the park where he and his friend did there run. It was approximately one mile around the park!

I knew he had to get to work and that it could take me the best part of the day to do this search, so as we walked around the park I was talking and swing my loop in hopes of getting lucky…Well 15 minutes and less the half way around the park I get a signal and look down and there it was!

I might not show it on the videos but I get as excited inside as the person I find the ring for…

I Love My Job!

Lost something?

Call: Chris Turner 778-Find(3463)

Lost Wedding Band at Douglas Park, Vancouver

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
Contact: (778) 838-3463

He lost his white gold wedding band while working out at Douglas Park, Vancouver…

Found in 15 minutes while he was showing me the very large search area.

I love my job!

Lost something?

Call: Chris Turner 778-838-Find(3463)

Platinum Wedding Band In Pleasant Lake

from Twin Cities Metro (Minnesota, United States)
Contact: 1-651-829-4438

I was contacted by Eric as he had lost his Platinum wedding band while getting his sail boat ready at his mooring anchor. He was actually in a blow up canoe while getting his sail boat set for a day on the lake, when off popped his ring into 10 feet of water. He tried to mark it with a small bobber tied to a washer. Storms have gone through the area lately and I think they must have washed away his marker as I couln’t find it as I was scuba diving the area in search for the ring. I was down approx. 15 minutes when I got a great hit on my detector. With visibility being very poor, I had to just sift with my hands and grab hands full of silt and wave it across my detector. After a few handfulls that wonderful full strength sound shot out and there was the Platinum ring. Needless to say, Eric was very happy to have his wedding band back on his hand. Then he called his wife with the good news and he said she was even more relieved than him! What a great feeling also for me being able to help them out.

New Detectorist

from North West, Lancashire (England, United Kingdom)
Contact: 07542475210

Hi, I,m Ashley and have just joined this service, and look forward to posting up my finds for people who have lost their jewellery. So stay tuned, and if you,ve lost anything valuable in my area don,t hesitate to call, it can be found, cheers, Ash. Please note that at present I can only search within a fifty  mile radius of where  I live  in Accrington.

Lake Minnetonka Diamond Ring

from Twin Cities Metro (Minnesota, United States)
Contact: 1-651-829-4438

I was contacted by a young lady that had lost her late Mothers Gold / Diamond ring at a 4th of July party at her boyfriends home on the lake. She wasn’t sure if the ring had fallen off while in the yard or when she went swimming off the dock. I decided to check the grounds before getting into my scuba gear as the water was over 6 feet deep in the swimming area. After findng a quarter, a beer can and a dime – Up popped the Diamond ring. So glad it was found as I am sure this ring meant a lot to Jennie!

Lost Wedding Band at a Baseball Field in Port Coquitlam…Found

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
Contact: (778) 838-3463

First of all I’m chocked that I accidentally deleted the video that went with this smile…My flip video camera doesn’t allow me to recover the video when I mess up…

I received a call the other day from a young lady who tells me that her husband of only two years had lost his wedding band while playing Baseball, one week ago in Port Coquitlam.

I decide to search that evening after I finished work, I was to meet up with her husband after his dinner with friends. I arrived at the park at around 8:15 pm and there was a baseball game on so I just kicked back and enjoyed the slow pitch.

When the game was over around 9:20 pm I was getting ready to start my search and was met shortly after by the young man who had lost the ring. He showed me all the areas he was playing and warming up in, it made sense to me that the only time the ring would come off his finger is when he was pulling off his glove.

Because his glove was on his left hand and because he wouldn’t take it off while playing the most likely area for me to search was where he was warming up. I figured when he was running back to the sidelines where his team was getting ready he’d take off his glove and out the ring would go… At least that’s what I was hoping for.

It was getting dark fast and I told him that he could go home and I’d call him when I found it. I started my grid search where he showed me where he was standing while warming up and headed back towards the sideline.

It was going on 45 minutes and the mosquito’s were out in full force, I was thinking to myself that I’d come back on the weekend and search some more for the ring and I was getting close to the end of my grid when I received a loud signal on my detector. I turned on my flashlight and kicked the grass to see his 14k white gold wedding band looking back at me!

That felt so good to see! I quickly called him to tell him the good news and was greeted with a nice Thank You card from his wife and a kind reward for my efforts.

I Love my Job!

Lost Something?

Call:Chris Turner 778-838-Find(3463)

Gold Wedding Ring recovered at St. Croix Beach Minnesota

from Twin Cities Metro (Minnesota, United States)
Contact: 1-651-829-4438

Recovered this gold wedding band last weekend in approx. 5 feet of water.