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Lost Diamond Ring in Houma, LA. – FOUND

from Lafayette (Louisiana, United States)
Contact: 1-337-280-3077

Carrie got a call from Johnney about 9 am. Her 87 year old Mom had lost her diamond ring while working in her flower bed. With nothing going on for us at the time, we jumped in the truck and drove the 2 hours to Houma. The hunt area was pretty small, so Carrie grabbed her pin pointer to hunt the flower bed and Sid went for the detector to check the lawn around the flower bed. Carrie came up with a hit and the find within 5 minutes. Fast, but not a record for her. Needless to say Johnney and Mom were thrilled, with smiles and (even though we were not supposed to) hugs being shared. Old stories and a couple of pictures capped off our visit.  

Thank you for the generous reward!

Platinum Wedding Ring Lost at the Beach

from North Berwick (Maine, United States)
Contact: 1-207-423-4122

DSC01838 (2)I received a call from Carl saying he lost his ring .  After getting the location  (  deep sand, Ocean beach) and answering a few questions on how he  lost it,  we were sure it was within a 100 sq ft area. He had searched the night before, then called me this morning. I got there around noon and using my Fisher CZ -20, found it within minutes. Carl and his wife were down from  Canada visiting his parents in Kennebunk Me. and leaving the day after he called.  I was glad I could help the young couple.DSC01840

Calgary Ringfinder Kevin Niefer CTV News Lost Ring Stanley Park

from Calgary (Alberta, Canada)
Contact: 1-403-968-1496

Lost Wedding Ring Stanley Park Calgary

CTV Calgary                                      Published Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 11:58AM MDT                            Last Updated Thursday, Oct. 11,  2012 7:37PM MDT

Losing a wedding ring is a sickening feeling for anyone that’s misplaced the  piece of sentimental jewelry.

A local metal detector specialist, known as ‘The Ringfinder’, is doing his  part to end the emotional pain.

Kevin Niefer has been metal detecting for the last 25 years.

In 2011, Niefer joined the Ring Finders Network, and is the group’s  representative here in Calgary.

Niefer says he’s been quite successful helping people find their lost  rings.

He’s currently helping Alicia Tropak locate her lost wedding ring.  She  misplaced her ring on September 23, 2012, somewhere near Stanley Park.

Tropak is expecting her first child at the end of the month, and says her  fingers swell sometimes.  She took her ring off, put it in her pocket, and  lost it somewhere along her walk.

Niefer is hopeful he can find the ring using his metal detector which has a  history of locating all kinds of hidden treasures.

“And that could be jewelry or old relics like pins or chauffeurs badges, or  coins,” says Niefer.  “You never know what you’re going to dig up, and when  you dig it up, it’s thrilling.”

“Or it might be a bottle cap.”

Niefer and Tropak were unable to find the ring on this day, but will return  to expand the search.

For more information about the Ring Finders, website

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Lost Gold wedding ring recovered in Shipbottom,LBI,NJ by TheRingFinders Ed Cropski

from South Jersey (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-856-296-9258

                                                                                                          I was contacted by Eric today stating that he had lost his White gold wedding band while out on a sandbar where boats anchor up at lowtide to hangout,swim.  While playing ball in about 3 feet of water and missing the ball when thrown to him,he had to retrieve it from a nearby marsh island.When he approached the island he had stumbed in the sand mud bottom and continued playing not noticing until later that his wedding ring was gone.Later that night while searching the interenet on how to find the ring,he came acroos The Ring Finders website and contacted me the next day.We met at the marina and ventured out the sandbar and began the search first where they had anchored up in about 3 feet of water and retraced the days events eventally ending up at the marsh island where the ring was found after about an hours search total.He along with all the nearby boaters watching were just simply amazed with the recovery of such a small item in such extremely difficult area.I have to say so was I! He immediately phoned his wife with the great news and was extremely Thankful for my help and forwarded me a generous reward and displayed some of my advertising at his friends local bait & tackle store.Thanks again Eric! Glad I could help!