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Item Found: Jewelry

Location: Mid-West

Metal Detector Used: M-Series (MXT)


July 1st, 2014

This story starts out with a call for help from a young lady named Noelle on July 11, 2012. I lost my engagement ring that I only had for 3 months that my fiance gave me ( family heirloom ). We have been looking with metal detctors for about a week now no luck can you please help. She had put the ring in her pocket so it wouldn't get lost while she was ridindher horse at the arena. We started to look for the ring and luck the first day. After we found out where and how in the arena they were riding went out the next morning and started to look for the ring. Started on the outside of the arena where horse riders always ride and made one time around then started back around and there was the sound of a gold ring on the MXT 300,moved the dirt about and at a inch and a half deep out comes Noelle's ring shinning in the morning sun. Needless to say Noelle was real happy as the pictures will show. Now all is well.

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