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Lost CIF Championship Ring Lost While Playing Beach Vollyball at Laguna Beach, CA. .. Recovered by Member of TheRingFinders

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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**** Steven was very proud to be a part of a team that won the California State Lacrosse Championship this year. He was devastated when he lost his ring in the sand playing volleyball the day before contacting me.

Steven’s mother had located me and called me the next morning. The loss occurred at a private beach and it would take awhile to get entry to the beach access entry point. When I met Steven on the beach, he walked me over to the zone where he believed the ring came off his finger.

I looked at a 5 ft. square area that he had dug about two feet deep searching for his ring the night before. I was a little concerned that it buried out of detecting range. After setting up my detector I began my search. The “BIG” ring was found about 5 ft. outside the suspected search location. It was a beautiful ring and I could tell how much it meant to Steven when I presented it to him.

Another fun find that came with the privilege to see and detect on this awesome beach. Ringfinders get to go to some unique locations, it’s not just beaches. I can’t begin to share all the awesome places I’ve searched for lost sentimental keepsakes.

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How to Find Your Lost Ring When Lost in the Sand .. Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, CA.

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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 ***** Jeremy and Elyssa had been at the beach the day before calling me. Jeremy had put his wedding band in his shoe with their other belongings on the beach. After enjoying their day at Doheny Beach, Dana Point, CA. he remembered what he had done. They live close, so he returned to search the sand that evening in the dark without success.

Elyssa located me the next morning and I met them at the beach. It was a warm summer day with many people setting up their little beach spots early. The main thing was to get the general area located. I did a quick scan of the open spaces, but it would be necessary to return after 6pm to do a proper grid search. Finding a ring is a meticulous job, similar to mopping a floor. If you miss it by an inch, you might as well miss it by a mile.

I returned at 6 pm to begin my search. It looked like some of the people were not going to leave till the beach closed at 10pm. After nearly an hour the magic of the metal detector gave me a strong signal that turned out to Jeremy’s Tungsten Carbide Wedding Ring. Thirty minutes after calling them, they met me on the beach just as the sunset. It was a great reunion which the smiles of Elyssa and Jeremy prove. It was a pleasure to meet and help them. I love doing this.

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Platinum/ Diamond Wedding Ring Set Found with Help of Newport Beach Lifeguards

from Newport Beach (California, United States)
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****  Jessica had placed her platinum/diamond wedding ring set on her towel while applying sunscreen. She was enjoying her day off with her children in Newport Beach, CA. When she left, she packed up their beach items and drove home. She was home before she realized her rings must have fallen in the sand when she picked up her towel.

Jessica was not able to locate our RingFinders service till after noon the next day. I took a verbal directions as to where the rings were lost and took off to the location 24 hours after the loss. It was 4 pm with people still laying out on the beach. I was able to scan a few open areas of the beach but I couldn’t feel confident that I did a complete search until the beach was clear of people.

After a couple hours I was able to begin a decent grid search. I found the wedding ring (the most difficult to find) right under where a couple had been sitting on the sand. The diamond engagement ring did not show. Immediately I thought that the larger ring may have been found by the people sitting on the spot. They had been running their fingers through the sand. ? 

It was getting discouraging as I did a triple grid. Then I was approached by one of the head lifeguard supervisors. He asked what I was looking for, I told him. That’s when he surprised me saying, a person had found a platinum engagement laying on the sand this morning. They turned it into the main lifeguard headquarters. I showed him the matching ring and gave the lifeguard Jessica’s name with her contact information. 

I called Jessica telling her to good news. We met later that day at the lifeguard headquarters were she was able to get her precious rings back on he finder where they belong. It was a different type recovery, who would think that a stranger would find a valuable ring and turn it into lost and found. I’m so glad the lifeguard supervisor took the time to confront me. The lifeguard in the tower had no idea that a ring had been turned into the main lifeguard headquarters. 

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