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Item Found: Returned

Location: Oregon

Metal Detector Used: Spectra V3i


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August 1st, 2012

Dear White's Electronics,

I was looking at Craigslist and found a listing. “I lost my wedding rings. Has anyone found them? I’m beside myself (so down) please help.” I got ahold of this young lady and got the where and the when they were lost. She said that she was on her way home from work on Monday night they slipped off her finger and away they went down the side walk and into the grass. This all took place near Linn Benton Community College on Monday.

She had looked Monday and Tuesday and founded half of the ring set but had no luck finding the other half. I didn't get a chance to go there until that weekend. She did give me a closer area to search for the ring. So after about 45 min of searching, found the ring that was lost in the grass. I called to arrange a meeting with her to return the ring. I had some time to kill, so I went to a park close to the meeting place and did some detecting, coinshooting and found a 14k ring with real stones. Karma kicked in again for finding her ring (I am happy). Pictures of one happy girl with her rings and the ring I found. I love my MXT 300 it's a gold finding machine.

Happy hunting all,

Dick (OR)

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