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Gold Wedding Band Lost In Beaumont, Alberta.

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)



Ray called me this morning requesting my service to locate his 24 year old wedding ring which he lost during the weekend while doing some landscaping on his acreage.
I told Ray I would drop by around 2:00pm and find his ring for him. When I arrived I met his wife Shama and she showed me the area they both were working at in the yard. She said that she took her rings off and put them in her pocket, Ray took his ring off and placed the ring on the tractors fender and kept on placing rocks and bark mulch along his yard and without realizing he hopped on the tractor and moved more mulch around the yard. When they were finished Ray realized his ring was missing.
I picked up my Nox with a 6” coil and search the area where the tractor was first parked. Within ten minutes I had Ray’s ring in my hand.

I called Shama over and she could not believe her eyes or that I had found his ring so quickly.
Another happy couple!

Lost White Gold Wedding Band .. Huntington Beach .. Volleyball Court

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

Sunday .. May 31, 2015 .. 10:30pm

Karl called me from the airport where he was waiting for his fight back to his home in Phoenix, AZ. He told me he had lost his wedding band while watching his daughter participate in a volleyball tournament. He texted me the location. It was one of 28 volleyball courts. I drove 5 miles, found his ring and was able to text him a photo of his ring just as he was shutting down his smart phone for the departure of his flight. The next morning I returned the ring to his wife, Kristen who will be returning to Phoenix later. Below is Karl’s side of the story.

Thanks again for finding my ring. I was attending my daughter’s beach volleyball tournament at Huntington Beach. During the game, an errant volleyball headed into the crowd towards me. I instinctively shot my left hand up into the air in an attempt to deflect the ball, and as I did, I felt my wedding ring fly off my finger. My wife and I looked around for it frantically, knowing that with each person walking by and kicking up sand, our chances of finding it were dwindling. After searching for about a half an hour, and seeing person after person kicking up sand and surely burying my ring, we resigned ourselves to having lost it for good.

Later that day, upon returning to our hotel and preparing to leave Los Angeles, I got on the internet and conducted a Google search for folks with metal detectors in the Huntington Beach area. I found Stan Ross on and I called him from the airport as I was awaiting my flight. Stan was on the case in no time, and he kept me apprised of his status as he scanned the beach and I got ready to get on my flight. Then, just before departing, Stan texted me with a triumphant pic of my ring. He had found it! My wife and I were ecstatic! Luckily, my wife and kids had already planned to stay an extra day at the beach, so they were able to meet Stan and get my ring back. We’re very grateful for Stan’s services, and we give him our absolute highest recommendations. Thanks again Stan.
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