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Woman Appeared to Take $15K Wedding Ring in Ramona: SDSO

San Diego County sheriff’s deputies released a photo Tuesday they hope leads to the recovery of a lost wedding ring valued at $15,000. Deputies checked surveillance video from a Stater Bros on Main Street in Ramona where the wedding ring was last seen by its owner.  1 Dies in Plane Crash Near Montgomery Field The woman who owns the ring told deputies she dropped it in the parking lot. Deputies want to speak with a woman who appears to reach down and pick up the ring from the ground in the surveillance video, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. The woman drove away from the store in a newer model white sedan or BMW. 6 San Diego Spots Among Yelp’s Top 100 Places to Eat in US Sheriff’s deputies who observed the video said the woman could have seen the owner drop the ring. But it’s not clear if she noticed the owner or planned to return the valuable item.At this point, the sheriff’s department has not specified whether any official charges will be filed against the woman who may have taken the ring.  Neighbor of Tieray Jones Testifies She Saw Him Take Bags to Dumpster If anyone has information related to the wedding ring, they can contact Deputy Jessica Wilds at the Ramona Sheriff’s Station (760) 789-9157.No further information is currently available.Photo Credit: NBC 7 This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
Source: NBC San Diego

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