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Wedding ring set found

On March 14, a wedding ring set was turned over to Langley RCMP and police would love to see the invaluable jewelry returned to its rightful owner.

The set was found in a sample book from Frames-West Gallery in Murrayville.  It’s likely the ring has been there for more than two years as the book hasn’t yet been used by the current owner (who bought the business two years ago).

The set is a yellow gold wedding band welded together with an engagement ring, approximately size six. There is an inscription on the inside of the ring that is barely legible to the naked eye.

“Surely someone is missing this sentimental piece of jewelry,” said Cpl. Holly Marks.

If you misplaced your ring and can describe the piece, call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

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