Married couple ask for help to find their late uncle’s lost ring


A family is calling for the community to join hands to find a beloved ring.

They are on the hunt for a piece of jewelry handmade by a loved one who has passed away.

The ring belongs to Dan Martin. It is made up of melted family jewelry created by his uncle.

“You can’t replace something like this,” says Martin. “He went to Vietnam and he was sprayed with Agent Orange. And he made this ring. And two months later, he, he, died, passed away. And then my dad left me the ring, and I’m going to use it for my wedding ring. ”

Martin and fiancée Amanda Daniels are getting married on Tuesday.

But for now, all he can think about is the missing ring.

It disappeared on February 4 during their vacation to Naples.

Martin said: “Hot water came out in the camp we were staying so we had to use the public shower.

He said the last time he said it was at Marco Naples RV Resort, near a bathroom sink.

“After I’m done, less than five o’clock, I mean you walk in and come back and say I forgot my ring, yeah and it’s gone,” Martin said.

As the wedding day approaches, they are asking for everyone’s help.

“We were just devastated,” Daniels said. “We texted every pawn shop, every gold dealer. We filed police reports, we went around the campsite asking people, went to the office, did all that. “

The couple is giving a reward for the return of the ring.

If you have any information that might help this couple, you can do so by contacting them via Facebook. Here is a link.

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