RCMP looking for owners of lost rings. (File photo)

RCMP looking for owners of rings lost in Duncan

Rings found in same parking lot a year apart

The North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP have received two sets of rings that had been found outside of the 49th Parallel Grocery store on Cairnsmore Street in Duncan.

On Nov. 5, a gold wedding set was located in the parking lot outside of the grocery store.

It was brought into the police station and has not been claimed by its owner.

The same day, a silver set of two rings was brought in that was located in the same parking lot approximately a year ago.

The police are hoping to reunite the rings with their owners.

If you happen to be missing some rings, please contact the RCMP at 250-748-5522 and refer to file 2019-20842.

Be prepared to provide a detailed description of the rings to the officer.

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