A woman returned a 4.6 karat diamond ring she found in a wholesale supermarket.

Mary Klemm saw the ring on the floor of the meat aisle, picked it up, and turned it in to the main office of BJ's Wholesale Club,
where she works.

Lorraine Wurtzel says the ring must have fallen off her finger Tuesday afternoon while she was shopping. Her late husband bought
it for her in the 1980s for their 20th wedding anniversary.

She said she realized later that night that it was gone and
called the three stores she had been to earlier.

She said she frantically went store to store retracing her steps until reaching BJ's.

(Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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  • by Karen Location: New Brockton on Nov 2, 2008 at 08:17 PM
    It is nice to know there are some honest people left in this world. Good job Mary!
  • by Lena Eubanks Location: Slocomb, AL on Nov 2, 2008 at 12:48 PM
    There are still honest people in the world. It's always great to hear about them. The Golden rule should still be taught. Thank God for good, hard working, honest people. I hope she was rewarded.
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