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White Rock police search for rightful ring owner

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White Rock RCMP are looking for the rightful owner of a ring that was found two months ago near the waterfront.

Const. Janelle Shoihet said the jewelry was located in the 14800-block of Marine Drive on Sept. 30, by a Coquitlam resident. It was turned in to the detachment on Oct. 8.

Police hold such items for 90 days, Shoihet said.

Shoihet didn’t know the value of the ring, but said it appears to be an engagement ring.

Anyone who believes it may be theirs will be asked to describe it. They may contact Const. Molnar at 778-593-3633.

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