Photograph taken of a portion of the engraving seen inside the found ring which reads 50 YEARS 2003 - Photo Contributed

Police search for owner of missing ring

A men’s anniversary ring was dropped off at the Kelowna RCMP detachment

Kelowna RCMP members are searching for the owner of a missing anniversary ring.

Police wish to re-unite the rightful owner with what appears to be their 50th wedding anniversary ring which was dropped off at the RCMP detachment.

On May 24, police accepted a found men’s gold ring at the front counter of the RCMP detachment in downtown Kelowna.

Investigators have been unable to locate any police records where the ring has been reported as lost or stolen and are turning to the public to help find its rightful owner.

“The ring has a very distinctive engraving on the inside of the yellow gold band. A portion of the personalized engraving reads ‘50 years 2003,’” said Cpl. Jesse O’Donaghey. “If this is your ring, you are asked to contact the Kelowna RCMP, to provide the remainder of the rings engraving, to confirm the rings purity of gold in karats and supply any additional proof of ownership.”

If you can prove you are the rightful owner of the found men’s gold ring you are asked to contact the Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300.

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