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Lost Earring Twin Brooks Neighborhood, Edmonton Alberta Canada

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

  

Renn called me on Wednesday September 23 requesting my service to locate his eleven year old daughter earring which was lost at her grand parents back yard! Renn told me that the earring was very sentimental to her, she had cried for a couple of days they had spent hours racking and searching for this tine earring with no luck, after asking Renn a few questions I agreed to do a search on Friday morning.

I arrived at 9:30 am within forty five minutes I found the earring in the meddle of the yard and not they area where Renn thought the Earring was lost I knocked on the back door and showed his parents the earring they could not believe that I found the earring considering the yard was huge and the leaves are falling making it difficult to find the earring .

Thank you Renn for entrusting me to locate and return your daughters earring.

Lost Diamond Ring, Ma Me O Beach, Alberta, Canada.

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

 

 

I received a call from Noreen on June 24th regarding a diamond ring that her mother Edna had lost while out swimming in the lake the day before.  After asking Noreen a few questions I agreed to drive out to the lake the next day.

June 25:  I arrived at Ma Me O Beach and met Noreen and her mother Edna, at the cabin. Noreen showed me the area that they were in the lake swimming. The area was huge, approximately the size of a football field. I told Noreen that the search was going to be tough, almost like looking for a needle in a hay stack!

The search took me over four sand bars which were waist deep, and chest deep between each bar. It was good that Noreen had pictures of her mother on a float tube and this gave me a good reference point to start my search.  I searched the area for about four hours and called it a day. I told Noreen I would be back the following day.

July 26:  I decided to do an early morning search because the lake would be smooth like a sheet of glass which made it a pleasant time to search. The water was clear so I was able to see the sandy bottom.  Noreen also wanted to assist in the search so I gave her my backup detector.  We went over the search area that I did the previous day and had no luck. The weather forecast for the next few days was not good; the lake would be very rough and impossible to do a good search.

July 3:  The Lake was calm and a nice day for a search.  After studying the pictures and checking my GPS tracking I decided on an area but again had no luck.  My equinox 800 developed problems so I changed to my 3030 and proceeded to search, again with no luck.

 

July 11:  A very busy day at the lake with lots of people out.   We covered a huge area with no luck.

 

July 16:  I expanded my search area.  I must say for a busy lake the bottom was very clean with hardly any junk in the lake. Again, another day with no luck.

 

July 21:  I regrouped with Noreen and her brother Dan and asked again the same questions which I had asked before.  I must have sounded like a broken record to them but it was very important to me. Again we did a thorough search of the area and again no luck. I could tell Noreen and Dan where starting to doubt if the ring was ever going to be found. I told them I would find that ring and that it just takes time. Edna said to me that the ring is gone and someone else was going to find it. I told her if someone was going to find it that would be me.  That helped to reassure Edna.  Edna had just celebrated her 93rd birthday on the day she lost her ring.  The ring had been given to her by her father and had been on her finger for the past 60+ years.

 

July 26:  I did a weather check and the lake was rough, but the day was expected to be a nice so I decided to head out again.  When I arrived, the lake was rough so I waited it out and by noon the wind died down so we were able to search again.  I told Noreen that I was going to find the ring today if I had to stay in the lake all day!  Two hours into the search I received a loud tone followed by a sweet low tone.  Music to my ears! I knew it could be the ring.  I scooped it up and to my surprise there was the ring!  I walked over to Noreen and asked her if this was “IT”.  She could not believe that I had found her mother’s ring after so many hours in the lake searching.  What a wonderful feeling that was for me to be able to see Edna put the ring back on her finger.

 

Thank you, Noreen for sticking with me and not giving up on me.  Another happy client

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Wedding Band Lost Lacombe Park St. Albert. Alberta Canada

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

 

I received a call from Chris this morning around 8 am requesting my service to locate his lost wedding band. Chris had been throwing snow on his windshield to clean it when he heard a ping  hit the hood of his car.  He realized that it was his ring that had flown off his finger.  Chris and his wife looked for the ring but could not find it, and Chris told me he was about to give up on finding  it when someone contacted him and passed on my name.   He didn’t hesitate to call.

I met up with him around 9:30 am and within 10 minutes Chris had his ring back on his finger. That sure made his day.

Thank you Chris.

I-Phone 8 Lost In Aspenglen Park, Spruce Grove Alberta Canada

from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-780-497-2118

 

Received a call from Dylan this afternoon requesting my assistance to locate his girlfriends bran new I-Phone 8 that was not even a week old,  she lost the phone while walking in the park last evening.

They both spent nearly 5 hours in the dark looking for it with no luck, Dylan googled how to find lost Phone in the snow? my name and the Ringfinders pop-up and the rest is history another happy client.

Thank you Dylan it was a pleasure meeting you.