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Restaurant workers out to track down lost ring's owner

Reported by: Christine Kim
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Updated: 3/08/2013 8:12 am
LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- When asked what the most important piece of jewelry is, many couples will say their wedding ring. One local P.F. Chang's found a wedding band that is more than 60 years old, and the restaurant has been searching for the owner.

Manager Thomas Carter says about a month ago, a customer at the P.F. Chang's near Charleston and Rampart found the gold ring on the floor and turned it in.  Every night the entire floor of the restaurant is cleared out and polished, so carter says the owner most likely would have lost the ring the same night it was found. 

Turns out that ring was inscribed with the wedding anniversary –- 1945 -- and had the names of the couple: Betty and Dick.

Employees say all they want is to find the couple and return the ring.

If you know who owns this ring, contact the manager of P.F. Chang's at (702) 968-8885.



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