Latest Ring theory Stories

2009-07-21 18:38:10

A British woman who lost her wedding ring in her garden 33 years ago said she was shocked when a former neighbor called to say the ring had been found. Anthea Capewell, 60, said her engagement and wedding rings flew off when she closed her garden gate in Stapleford, England, in 1976, and after a thorough search, only the engagement ring was recovered, the Daily Mail reported Tuesday. Capewell said she and her husband, David, moved out of their home eight years after losing the ring, and she...

2009-06-25 15:10:16

Authorities said a Commack, N.Y., Target employee who witnessed a customer drop a $19,000 diamond ring mistakenly handed it to the wrong person. Police said the ring slipped off the 42-year-old woman's finger while she was at the store May 6 and the employee ran out into the parking lot to find her, the New York Post reported Thursday. However, he did not actually find the ring's owner, but a woman in a similar hairstyle and coat who claimed the ring as hers after the employee showed it to...

2009-05-08 07:30:00

TARRYTOWN, N.Y., May 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Environmental Power Corporation (Nasdaq: EPG) ("we", "us", or the "Company") today announced results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2009 and provided a business update. Business Commentary During the last quarter, the Company undertook a number of initiatives in its transformation from a development based company to a sustainable operating company.

2009-01-14 15:17:40

A Hawaii police officer said a class ring that was stolen from his home in 1988 has been found at a pawn shop by police in Florida. David Reyes, 47, of Mililani, Hawaii, said his ring was stolen from his home a few months after he graduated from California's Rio Hondo Police Academy in 1988 and during the ensuing years gave up hope of ever seeing the ring again, The Miami Herald reported Wednesday. However, Reyes said he was contacted by a Hialeah, Fla., police detective who told me he had my...

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