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Lost IPhone 13 pro at Indian Canyon Golf Course…FOUND!

  • from Spokane (Washington, United States)

After receiving a wallop of a snow storm in our town, Joren had a horrible day. He lost his phone and dislocated his shoulder while sledding in the newly fallen snow. Joren found out about The Ring Finders while looking up metal detectors. He sent me a frantic text for help.  I quickly replied, and then we spoke on the phone. Joren had the coordinates of the last known location for the phone. He sent me the link and I followed my gps to the spot. I searched up and down the hill where the pin was dropped for the location of the phone. With no luck I waited for Joren to show up. He gave me a quick run down on his movements in the snow which included hopping a fence.  So by process of elimination we hopped the fence and started searching.  The phone was not in the landing zone where we jumped over the fence. Following the path of footprints in the snow that led away from the landing zone, I got a solid 18 on the display of my detector.  Joren’s phone popped out after the second scoop. One fence hopped, equaled one phone lost, when there’s a foot of snow on the ground.


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Lost Gold Crown tooth in North Spokane WA, FOUND!!!

  • from Spokane (Washington, United States)

I was at work and two minutes away from starting my weekend when I got a call from a guy wanting to rent a metal detector. I explained I don’t rent them out but I am a professional and can look for his lost item right now. We discussed a few other details and then I made my way to the house. See, the gentleman had been attempting to remove the gold from an old tooth from a long lost relative. His first attempt on the first tooth was successful. So the method of using a hammer to beat the tooth that was wrapped in a paper towel was attempted again. However, this attempt caused the tooth to go flying. Speaking of flying I flew  to his house and quickly we walked to the back yard. I was showen a 2ft 2ft swath of grass, in said grass hid a tooth. So I summed my inner tooth fairy and began to scan the grass with my garret carrot. Then BAM,the pinpointer buzzed with excitement as I pulled back the grass revealing the tooth. A record setting search, taking less then 30 seconds. I have to really give thanks to the guy for giving me a tip even though the gold from that tooth was really needed. So my prayers and thanks go out to you, may God bless and heal all the broken things in your life.
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