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Can you help find wedding ring lost in Aldeburgh?

PUBLISHED: 12:46 09 November 2016

Wedding ring lost in Aldeburgh - photo by Tina Tuckwell

Wedding ring lost in Aldeburgh - photo by Tina Tuckwell

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A Suffolk husband and wife are appealing for help in locating a missing wedding ring – lost while the couple were visiting the seaside last week.

The plain gold band is thought to have slid from David Smy’s finger as he removed a glove in Aldeburgh on Wednesday, November 2.

His wife of 47 years, Pat, said the ring may have been lost in one of several locations, including the car park at the King’s Field playing fields, or in the area of the seafront public toilets.

The couple retraced their steps, but were unable to find the ring.

If you can help, call the East Suffolk news team on 01728 726535.

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