‘I’m In Trouble’ – Molino Man Searching For Lost Wedding Band, Keys

June 27, 2013

A Molino man is asking for the public’s help in finding and returning items that include his wedding band.

He had placed his keys, wedding band attached, on the hood of his vehicle and drove off last Tuesday morning. He believes the keys likely fell off the vehicle in the area of Oreo Drive, the Highway 97 and 95A intersection or Bet Raines Road.

“Help, I’m in trouble,” he said about losing the wedding band. He’s been married for 29 years and described the ring as just a “plain man’s wedding band” that sure means a lot to him and his wife. “I’d sure like to get it back.”

The keys included fobs for a Cadillac and a GMC, several keys and the all-important wedding band.

Anyone finding the items is asked to call (850) 449-6080. A reward is offered.

Comments

4 Responses to “‘I’m In Trouble’ – Molino Man Searching For Lost Wedding Band, Keys”

  1. Bad Boy on June 28th, 2013 8:39 am

    The mowing crew is coming thru there now. They have people walking picking up trash. Might check with them.

  2. Prayers fro you on June 27th, 2013 11:43 am

    I truly hope you are that lucky man. A wedding band that is original, is worth more than anything. Maybe you’ll be as lucky as the man that sold the gift box with his wife’s $23,000 diamond inside. She hide it there because it became to tight when pregnant. They placed ads and thank God someone, was honest enough to return it..
    Good luck to you…

  3. Jane on June 27th, 2013 8:54 am

    Good luck to him!!!

  4. 429SCJ on June 27th, 2013 3:54 am

    I remember finding a man’s bible in the road, that had been a gift from his deceased mother. He was riding his bicycle on the road on which he lived when I came rolling up, asking if he knew where deleted lived on the street and he exclaimed happily “Where did you find my bible? He was so very happy to have it returned. He had laid it on the top of his car, while unlocking it after church and it had fallen onto the road.

    I hope that someone finds these articles and returns them.





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