Puyallup police trying to reunite diamond ring with owner

Staff writerOctober 9, 2013 

Puyallup police are trying to reunite a large diamond ring with its owner.

Somebody turned in the ring May 27 but officers were not able to find a report of it being lost or stolen.

Anybody claiming ownership must be able to provide photographs, appraisals or maintenance records, police said.

It is a gold woman’s ring with a large diamond in the middle and four rows of smaller diamonds on the sides.

Anyone with information on the ring’s owner is asked to call the Police Department’s tip line at 253-770-3343.

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