Lost ring returned to rightful owner

A father and son found a ring in the Lowe's parking lot and asked KEZI 9 News to help find its owner.

Posted: Nov 15, 2017 7:02 PM

EUGENE, Ore. -- A wedding ring was returned to its rightful owner after it was lost at home improvement store.
Noah Wilcox was in the parking lot of Lowe's with his father when he spotted a ring on the ground. He said when he picked it up he knew he had to find the owner.

He reached out to KEZI 9 News asking for help to find its owner.

Beth Cummings met with Wilcox Wednesday afternoon to pick up the ring.

"I'm sitting at 5:00 in the morning drinking a cup of tea in the morning watching the news, your news. I see this slip going down the bottom of the screen diamond ring found at Lowes parking lot and my blood pressure just went up. And I jumped off the couch. That's mine...that's mine. I know that's mine," said Cummings.

The rings holds a lot of sentimental value for Cummings. She said it is a family heirloom.

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