From the Property Room: Diamond ring

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Maroochydore Property Officer McNamee on Mar 4, 2016 @ 3:10pm

Maroochydore Police are hoping to reunite a diamond ring with the rightful owner.

The ring (pictured) is described as white gold, believed to be an engagement ring, with a round solitair diamond setting circled by smaller diamonds with smaller diamonds one centimeter down each side of ring band.

If you are, or know, the owner of the ring please contact the Maroochydore Police Station on 5475 2446 during business hours.

Proof of ownership will be required to claim the ring.

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