The Florida couple say UPS lost their diamond wedding rings
POLK COUNTY, Fla. – From the day they said “I do” nearly four decades ago, Janice and David Ring said they never took off their wedding rings.
But on May 5, the couple removed their diamond rings and handed them over to UPS in Lake Wales to be shipped to California, where David’s brother, a jeweler, planned to add more stones to their bands. However, your jewelry never made it.
“That means a lot to me. I am devastated that they have been lost, ”said David.
He told ABC Action News that he called and visited UPS on site but hadn’t heard from the manager for a week.
“I said, ‘What happened, where are you?’ [UPS said,] “Well, we don’t know we can’t find her.”
Janice said she was broken over the loss.
“I could just cry.” – Janice Ring
After hearing the story of the rings, ABC Action News asked UPS about the missing shipment. Then David said his phone rang.
“I had UPS in Tampa, UPS in Orlando, UPS, I think Atlanta, and I called,” said David.
In an email to the station, UPS stated, “Our local team has completed the investigation. The security service contacted the local police department to search the pawn shops. The rings were not found, nor was there any indication of what might have happened. “
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The $ 177 David paid to ship the rings included a $ 10,000 insurance policy. Eventually, the Rings said UPS sent them a check for $ 9,998.
It’s not how the couple wanted this story to end, but they say they will use the money to have a new set of diamond wedding rings made.