Wedding rings found in Dawson Creek

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According to RCMP, the first ring appears to be a women’s wedding band set, with gemstones in the settings. This ring was discovered near 108 Avenue.

The second ring is described as a men’s gold ring, which has a small stone in the band and an inscription in or on the ring. This piece of jewellery was found in the parking lot of the Dawson Creek Co-op.

RCMP are attempting to reunite the rings with their rightful fingers, and ask anyone missing a ring that matches either of these descriptions to call and provide a file number, 2012-3265 for the female ring and 2012-2548 for the male ring, along with the inscription on the men’s ring, and the number of stones on each in order to ensure no false claims are made.

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Pictures of the ring can also be provided to prove ownership.

Any questions or claims can be directed to the Dawson Creek RCMP at 250-784-3700.

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