NJ Teen Finds $10K Engagement Ring on Beach, Returns it to Rightful Owner

Close-Up Of Silver Ring

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A Point Pleasant man plans to suprise his fiancé with her missing engagement ring after a teenager found it on a beach. According to NJ.com, Brianne Sinks was participating in a National Honor Society beach cleanup in Asbury Park when she spotted the ring in the sand.

The 18-year-old showed the 1.2-carat diamond ring to her mother, Tina Trebino, who noticed the name of the manufacturer, Gabriel & Co., and traced it to the store Bentley Diamond in Wall. The store owner was then able to call the buyer, Tony Silva, who said his fiancé lost the ring at the beach last year.

Sinks and Trebino met Silva at the jewelry store to give him the ring and the high school student was given a bracelet and set of earrings as a reward.

Read the NJ.com story here.

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