Donation or mistake? Salvation Army finds wedding ring in kettle
ENID, Okla. – Usually it is just pocket change dropped into the Salvation Army red kettles but over the weekend volunteers made a surprising discovery.
The Enid Salvation Army found a wedding ring.
Maj. John Dancer said the ring was dropped off at one of the locations in Enid.
The Salvation Army is looking for the owner to make sure this was an actual donation and not a mistake.
“We’ve had some coins that sometimes were worth $30 to $50 but I think this is the most expensive thing we have ever found in the kettles,” Maj. Dancer said.
The Salvation Army isn’t saying what the ring looks like or the location where it was dropped off.
After 90 days if the ring is not claimed, the Salvation Army will accept it as a donation.
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