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Engagement ring found at Sand Banks Provincial Park

from Cobourg (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-613-243-9118

Received an email yesterday from Marlon about how his fiancé had lost her engagement ring at Sand Banks Provincial Park on Saturday. They were down for the day at the beach from Markham with a bunch of friends. At noon, Camille realized that her ring was gone. With over a dozen friends, looking through the fine sand for a few hours, the ring was still missing but had to drive back home that day.

On Sunday morning, After looking at a couple pictures from google earth from Marlon and description of where about the were located at the beach, I headed to Sand banks in hope of finding it for them. Amidst the high winds, couple downpours and four hours of searching/gridding the beach, I was able to find it. I don’t think I’ve ever pulled so many beer caps and pull tabs from pop cans which when using a metal detector sounds just like a gold ring. Met with them in port hope this morning to return the ring. The look on Camille’s face, when she saw her ring again, was priceless. Another happy couple. 😊

Apple Watch recovery in Glen Ross Ontario, while Scuva diving.

from Cobourg (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-613-243-9118

Received a call about a person having lost their Apple Watch while diving off an old train bridge into a local canal/waterway near Glen Ross, Ontario. With the help of Diving partner, we were able to return the watch to the owner. Very lucky as conditions were very difficult with tons of weeds and silt. Yet another happy customer.

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Lost and Found ring in Sand Banks Provincial Park

from Cobourg (Ontario, Canada)
Contact: 1-613-243-9118

I received a call from Dillan about him loosing his college graduation ring in Sand banks Provincial park. The evening prior, him and his girlfriend were playing frisbee at this beach, when the ring flew off her finger. He’d given it to her as a promise ring.  After a short pontoon ride and a couple hours of water metal detecting in waist water deep, I was able to reunite him with his beloved ring that his mom had given him for his graduation ceremony. Great seeing his reaction and another happy ending.