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Wedding Band Lost Lacombe Park St. Albert. Alberta Canada

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


I received a call from Chris this morning around 8 am requesting my service to locate his lost wedding band. Chris had been throwing snow on his windshield to clean it when he heard a ping  hit the hood of his car.  He realized that it was his ring that had flown off his finger.  Chris and his wife looked for the ring but could not find it, and Chris told me he was about to give up on finding  it when someone contacted him and passed on my name.   He didn’t hesitate to call.

I met up with him around 9:30 am and within 10 minutes Chris had his ring back on his finger. That sure made his day.

Thank you Chris.

Lost Iphone X! Water Works Pond! Anthony Henday South East, Edmonton Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


This morning I received a call from a past client requesting my services to locate an iPhone X which had landed in a pond.

Arman was driving with his friend Tandra along Ellerslie road heading east.   Tandra was on his phone when  suddenly a large bug flew into the cab and when Tundra swatted the bug out of the window, the phone went as well.

Tandra took note of the exact location where the phone landed and they tried to retrieve the phone but the water was about three feet deep and full of weeds.

When I arrived Tundra  showed me the area where the phone had landed and I must say it was a difficult area.  The pond bottom was very muddy and soft and without a metal detector his phone would never of been found.  Tundra was very happy to have his iPhone back.

Another Happy Client

Lost Gold Ring In 40′ Motorhome-Found! Calmar Alberta Canada

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)

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I received an email from Kim regarding a white gold ring that she had lost in her motor home two years ago. I explained that it may be difficult task because of all the metal in the motor home but I agreed to go over and do my best.

Apparently Kim had placed two rings on the night table before going to bed, and the following morning one ring was missing. Kim and her husband Brent searched throughout the motor home several times and came to the conclusion that perhaps the ring had been taken.

We headed out to the storage yard where the motor home was parked and I asked Brent to pull the slides out so I could analyze the situation. I visualized where the ring could be and went to work taking everything out of the storage area under the bed, and also checking the mattress with my pro pointer. I then went outside and removed the bottom seal from around the slide just in case the ring had lodged itself between the seal and the frame of the motor home. This was not the case so I looked on the other side but could not see or feel anything. My feeling was that the ring had to be under the slide but Brent said he had pulled out the slide about 20 times since the ring had been lost.

I again laid down on the floor with my flashlight and noticed a silver object which I thought was the ring but turned out to be an American nickel. As I moved along the floor with the flashlight I notice something sparkling between the slide roller and the carpet. I reach in with a knife and said out loud “YES, found it!” Brent could not believe it.

We went back to see Kim and I asked if this was her ring. I think everyone in the neighborhood heard her scream with excitement.

Kim and Brent, Thank you for intrusting me and The Ring Finders to reunite your ring, and for the generous reward.

Another happy client!