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Lost Car Key @ Victoria Park, Edmonton Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
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Shad called me this afternoon requesting my assistance to help him find his only key to his car which he lost the other day while waking in the park.

I meet Shad at the park and he showed me the area where his key could possibly be! Within three minutes I had the key back in is hand. Shad told me he spent hours on his hands and knees looking for it the other day with no luck.

Another happy client! Thank you Shad for entrusting me to locate your key.

Lost 10k Gold Wedding Band, Westmount Neighborhood Edmonton, Alberta – Found

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
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I received an email from Robert requesting my services to locate a family heirloom which had been given to him by his late grandfather. Robert told me he was gardening with his wife and he had his hands in his raised garden beds also in his flower beds. After he was done he gathered all the dead foliage into plastic bags and then he realized the ring was missing of his finger.
I told Robert I was out of town until Wednesday so I assured him that since the ring was lost on his property it was in a safe place and to not throw any of the garbage bags out until I checked them.
Once at Robert’s house he showed me where the ring could possibly be, and he checked the area for a couple of hours with no luck.
The soil in the five raised beds was eight inches deep and Robert told me that he was digging with his bare hands to the bottom of the beds. I used my propinter to check his beds and had no luck. I also checked the flower beds with no luck so then I checked his four garbage bags. The third bag contained his ring! Robert was very grateful to have his grandfather’s ring back on his finger.
Thank you Robert for entrusting me and The Ringfinders.

Norm Peters

Lost Phone School Yard Terwillegar Neighborhood, SW Edmonton, Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
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I received a call from Marnie on Wednesday evening asking if a metal detector could locate a I phone lost in the snow. I told her that it should not be a problem and asked if she knew the approximate area the phone was lost.

I met Marnie and her daughter yesterday afternoon at the school where her school class had been snowshoeing. She wasn’t sure exactly where she had lost her phone but it was along the path they had walked. After about one hour of searching we came up to some bushes and a small creek at the end of the field and this is where her daughter had fallen. That is where I found her phone buried in a foot of snow.

Both were very happy to have the phone back in their possession as all her personal identification was also in the phone wallet. This could have caused a huge problem had the phone ended up in the wrong hands Costly too.

Another happy client and thank you for calling me and the Ring Finders.

Engagement Ring Lost In The Snow! Hamptons NW Edmonton Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
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I received a call this morning from Rene requesting my assistance to locate his wife’s white gold engagement ring which she had lost last evening in front of their home.

When I arrived Rene showed me where the the ring was lost. There was two feet of snow, the temperature was  -20 with a windshield of -28 Celsius so it was not a pleasant day for searching.  However luck was on my side as with in five minutes I had found the ring and returned it to Rene. He was very grateful for my service.

Thank you, for calling the Ringfinders.