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Gold & Diamond Engagement Ring Lost on Naples Beach Found by Mark Greul

from Marco Island (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-239-500-7464

After setting up towels, chairs and getting the beach umbrella perfectly oriented, mom (who, given unending tears of joy wishes to remain anonymous) suddenly noticed that her diamond engagement ring had slipped off her finger.  As luck would have it, I was “in the right place at the right time” as her son-in-law came over and requested my assistance.  What was once lost has been found, and the story continues.

Remember, it’s only lost until you call – Naples Ring Finder Mark (239)770-7873, serving Naples, Marco Island, Bonita Beach, Ft. Myers and greater South Florida.

Diamond Gold Engagement Ring lost on beach in Naples, Florida found by Metal Detector Mark Greul

Super happy people, glad to get their diamond engagement ring back that was lost in sand at Naples beach.

Lost rings found in Franklin MA

from Woonsocket (Rhode Island, United States)
Contact: 1-401-225-5770

On Mother’s Day, I received a call from Brigid, an upset mother who had lost both her diamond and wedding rings.  They were lost a day earlier while she was doing yard work.  The next day I went to Brigid’s home to search for both rings.  She described how she had been clearing brush and weeds, and lost the rings while piling up the refuse.  After an hour of searching the yard, I located her wedding ring.  It took an additional hour and a half to locate the diamond ring.  Brigid described the recovery as “amazing”.

 

Long Lost Boston College Ring Found at Horse Neck Beach in Westport MA

from Woonsocket (Rhode Island, United States)
Contact: 1-401-225-5770

In August 2016, while searching for a lost wedding ring in the water, I came across a Boston College ring buried underwater in the sand. Someone had tried to scratch out the owner’s name, but with the help of a magnifying glass, I was able to identify the name, Christopher P. Martin.  I searched the internet and social media for months trying to find him. I even called Boston college twice to enlist their help in locating this graduate but that didn’t help.  After six months of searching, I decided to contact WJAR Channel 10 to see if they could help me in my quest to find the owner of the ring, and they agreed. After the story aired on Channel 10, I still didn’t hear anything. My wife had an idea.  Through the Boston College website, she connected with the Facebook of the Class of 1998.  She messaged both Chris Martin and a college friend of his with a link to the Channel 10 story.  Her detective work and the Channel 10 story paid off!  The friend forwarded the link to Chris Martin, and he contacted me.  Chris told me that his apartment was broken into about 15 years ago and his Boston College ring was stolen.  He agreed to do a follow-up story about the ring return with Channel 10. With the help of my wife and Channel 10, I was able to reunite the ring with its owner.  As you can see from the videos and photo, Chris was very happy to have this ring back!    videos…….. Local man finds lost Boston College ring  and   Missing ring reunited with owner