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Ring Lost In Saint Petersburg, Recovered By SRARC

from Tampa Bay (Florida, United States)

SRARC Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service – Tampa Bay Area, Pinellas County, Manatee County & Sarasota County


Lost something important? We can HELP! Our services are FREE! Donations to the Club are accepted.

We will send a team of metal detector experts to search virtually any location. Some of the most common are parks, beaches, creeks and even your own backyard. If you have lost your ring or any other precious item, “Don’t Wait – Call Now.”

Ring Lost In Saint Petersburg, Recovered By SRARC

Alvin was boating with a few friends and enjoying the outdoors when their outboard motor started smoking. Without power, their boat drifted toward shallow water and into nearby mangrove trees. Pushing off the trees to reach deeper water, they started to drift into a dock. Lucky for them, a jet ski came along to help pull the boat to safety. While grabbing and pulling on the rope, Alvin’s gold Shriner’s ring fell off into the bay. Luckily, he found the Suncoast Research And Recovery Club (SRARC.com) online and made the call. After two hunts, Alvin was reunited with his ring thanks the help from club members, Joe and Mike.


Ring Lost in Saint Petersburg is Recovered by SRARC

from Tampa Bay (Florida, United States)

SRARC Ring Finders Metal Detecting Service – Tampa Bay Area, Pinellas County, Manatee County & Sarasota County

Lost something important? We can HELP! Our services are FREE! Donations to the Club are accepted.

We will send a team of metal detector experts to search virtually any location. Some of the most common are parks, beaches, creeks and even your own backyard. If you have lost your ring or any other precious item, “Don’t Wait – Call Now.”

Ring Lost in Saint Petersburg is Recovered by SRARC

Rick was playing league volleyball with his team at
the Rec Dec Sports Club in St Pete.  In between games, he noticed that the
ring he’d been wearing for 20 years was not on his finger!  Rick and about
30 other players were soon on their hands and knees, sifting through the sand
to no avail. The next day, Rick discovered The Ringfinders on the Internet and
contacted Joe Szemer. Joe put out a notification, and Mike and Mary Shuler
responded.  They met with the Rec Dec staff, who were aware of the
situation and welcomed the recovery attempt. At the end of the first pass along
the net, Mike had the ring in his scoop!  The ring was left with staff,
and was collected by its happy owner soon afterward.