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3 Ring Wedding Ring Set Lost in Volleyball Court .. Huntington State Beach , CA. .. Saved from Sand

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)









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*** Dana was playing a volleyball game on the sand at Huntington State Beach, CA. During the playoff tournament game her soldered 3 gold diamond ring set came off her finger, disappearing into the sand. It was an important game, so they didn’t take time to search until after the game.

After the game all the players teamed up to search the sands for the ring set. Even though it was fairly large size they couldn’t find the ring set. Everyone left the beach, but Dana stayed frantically searching the sand by herself. This was so important as it was a wedding ring her dad gave to her mother and past down to her by her mother.

I received the call at 8:25 pm. After Dana told me she was still at the location, I told her the beach entrance is closed at 9pm. Even though it was close, there were at least 12 stop lights between my place and the beach entrance. If she could stay there we should be able to find it quickly. 

The first success was to arrive before the entry gate closed. The whole beach parking lot was empty when I met Dana . We walked across the sand to one of 30 volleyball courts and within a few minutes my metal detector gave me that sweet sound of gold. The beautiful gold diamond wedding ring set was saved and returned to Dana. 

I was surprised to leave my home, get to the location before the gates closed, find the ring, take a couple photos and return home in less than an hour from the time she called me.


If You need help finding a lost metallic item on the beach, in the sand, in the water, in a grass area, in a car, call me now… Stan the Metal Detector Man… 949-500-2136 ..”I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “

Found and Returned in Carlsbad Ca.

  • from Carlsbad (California, United States)

Its not just rings and keys.

And sometimes we are in the right place at the right time. Wallet  found with $390.00 cash, his last 2 paychecks @ $400+ .   Tracked him down and handed him his wallet with every dollar still in it. 

Do the right thing even if no one is looking.

Ring lost in 2014, reurned a year later

  • from Carlsbad (California, United States)

On another Leak Detection I meet a man, Ray Sharpe. He is at his daughters house to help with a leak in her main water service. As we talk and he see’s my RingFinders lic plate frame he tells me he wished he met me last year, I ask why’s that ? He shows me his hand without a ring on it. 47 yrs he tells me he wore his wedding ring that was made for him. So I ask where did you lose it. He tells me the story of diggin at the beach with his grandson and comin home with no RING. He bought a detector and tried to find the ring with no luck and gave up. So now knowing where it was lost, I ask what does it look like and I’ll put it out to all the guys. As soon as he says, 4 dimonds going left and 4 dimonds goin right, my head drops. Ok get a piece of papper and draw it for me. (I knew I had it already) I told him I might have it, Watch my tools and I’ll run home and be right back. As I get in the van to leave his daughter comes to my van and asked if I really think I have it. I scroll thru my pics and bring it up. THATS IT. OMG. I must say this was a special ring the min I dug it while lookin for a lost Plat ring for someone else. (Found too)
It had my lucky number ( 8 ) dimonds on it but it had something more. A feeling I have never had in 20 yrs of detecting. I posted the find on CL but no body claimed. It became my SPECIAL RING, I wore it on special days.
As I pull in their driveway with ring in hand I know why this is
(was) so special.
I walk up to Ray as he holds out his hand and drop his special ring in his hand. At this point I dont remember all that was said and dont really care. I know this cannot be topped in my lifetime
and I am thankfull to be a part in this story. I made a friend.
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