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Lost Wedding Band at Douglas Park, Vancouver

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

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.

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)

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.

Triple gold band recovered from Lake Harriet Minneapolis

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

This search was in a large area, but able to recover in approx. 4 feet of water.

Metal Detecting English Bay Beach for lost Silver Native Bracelet and Silver Ring

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Another night hunt, two in a row…I was at work when I received a call from a young lady who lost her silver native bracelet and silver ring at English Bay Beach in Vancouver.

She tells me that she was enjoying the beach with her son on one of our hottest days of the year, she took off her jewellery to put some suntan lotion on and placed it on the blanket.

When she was ready to head home she picks up the blanket and shakes off the sand not remembering that her bracelet and ring was on it…

An hour and a half goes by and she realizes that she hasn’t got her cherished jewellery, the bracelet was given to her 28 years ago by her father and the ring she had for 20 years.

Needless to say she was devastated, she went back to the beach and searched but did not find what she was looking for…

With the help of the lifeguards that saw her searching the beach she contacted me, I came out after work at around 11:15 pm and she showed me the area.

I received a couple of signals and this got her so excited but unfortunately it was just some beer caps. I finished the grid search of the area then started to expand the grid when I received another signal.

I slowly dug the sand with scoop and as I lifted it out from the sand I could see silver and at that moment I heard her scream! There in my sand scoop was both ring and bracelet!

I was hugged and thanked as she was very grateful that she had her jewellery back.

I love my job!

Lost something?

Call me ASAP!

Chris Turner 778-838-Find(3463)

Please watch the video below…

Metal Detecting English Bay Beach For… Lost Silver Native Bracelet & Ring… Video

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Lost Native Silver Bracelet & Silver Ring at English Bay Beach

Lost… Diamond Ring at Jericho Beach Vancouver

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

His wife lost her diamond ring at the beach...

Lost diamond ring found at the beach

Summer just arrived… July 7th, it was a long wait, now we complain about how hot it is…go figure!

I was at work when I got a call from a young lady that lost her diamond engagement ring in the sand at Jericho Beach, Vancouver.

Unfortunately I can’t just leave work to help her, I told her that I might not get there until late that night. As it was I met her husband at around 10:15 pm, he knew the area that the ring was lost at and showed me… I started my search.

I’d say it took no longer 10 minutes before I received a faint signal that turned out to be a beautiful diamond ring. He only proposed to her 4 months ago so that ring was new and needed to find its owner, and it did!

It helps when people mark the area so I can come in and have a chance to find it, the hard searches are the ones when people lose their ring but aren’t sure where it came off.

Thanks for reading my stories!

I love my job!

Lost something?

Call me ASAP!

Chris Turner 778-838-Find(3463)

Please watch the video below…

Lost… Diamond Ring at Jericho Beach Vancouver…Video

from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Lost diamond engagement ring at Jericho Beach, Vancouver…Found