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Lougheed mall staff seek rightful owner of wedding ring

Staff at Lougheed Town Centre are trying to find the rightful owner of a woman's wedding ring found at the mall Aug. 11.

The ring is described as an 18K yellow gold, three-band Birks ring with a setting of 15 diamonds.

It was found by a concerned customer outside the mall entrance adjacent to Tim Horton's who then handed it in to the mall's security department.

Lougheed Town Centre security manager Brent Findley has contacted Burnaby RCMP and security for Birks & Mayors, Birks' parent company, for help in finding the ring's owner. So far, no one has reported the ring missing to either agency.

Lougheed Town Centre hopes to reunite owner with their lost ring. Anyone claiming it will have to be able to identify it in detail.

Anyone with information that could help identify the rightful owner is asked to call Brent Findley at 604-566-8003 or findley@shapepm.com.

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