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Recovery #456

Matt St.Germain 732-581-0285

I was contacted by Matt about his lost ring. His Wife Oriana found me doing a google search. While spending some time at the beach, Matt removed his necklace which also had his wedding ring on it before going for a swim. When he took it off the ring slipped off the chain and sank into the sand. I met them out there and within minutes of Matt showing where they were, I had his ring in my scoop! Another happy client!




  • Writer's pictureThe Ring Finders New Jersey

Recovery #455

Matt St.Germain 732-581-0285

A few days ago I was contacted by Dana. While at the beach in Seaside heights with her Boyfriend Hendrickson and other family. She gave Hendrickson her promise ring to keep it safe while in the water. He placed it in his wallet for the time being. At some point the ring slipped out of the wallet and was lost in the sand. I went out there on my way to a second attempt on another recovery to meet them. They showed me where they were earlier that day and within seconds I had her ring in my scoop! Another happy ending!



  • Writer's pictureThe Ring Finders New Jersey

Recovery #454

Matt St.Germain

732-581-0285

A few days ago I was Contacted by Chris about his wedding ring.

While at the beach with his daughter the day before, And getting ready to leave As he started to push the beach cart he felt his wedding ring slip off and bounce off his leg and disappear. I went out there asap but the beach became busier as the morning went on so after having to ask many people to move around which most of them did happily, I had no luck finding it. Chris only had one picture taken from the day before but the background was on an angle facing the water. It was a bit difficult to get into the right area. I decided it would be best to come back later that night. Chris and his wife were leaving that day so I assured him if I find it, I will hold onto it for him until he is back in the area. Later on that night I went back to re-search the whole area including the sections I could not do earlier. I began to study the photo more now that I had a clear line of sight. I determined he was set up closer to the high tide line than he initially showed me. I started to also search the top half of the slope. I got a somewhat faint but solid tone which tells me this target is deep. After a bit of digging sure enough, It's his ring! It was buried a foot deep! The waves during high tide combined with people stepping on it had buried it deeply. I sent Chris a photo and a little while later He replied. He was surprised about where I found it and that I found it in the first place, But very happy I found it! I will be meeting him this Friday to return it and get a picture! Persistence pays!



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