A Florida man is looking for the proprietor of a necklace after he found the apparently misplaced treasure at a seaside over the weekend utilizing a steel detector.
Shawn Rauch advised FOX13 Tampa that whereas looking for a misplaced ring within the water off of Siesta Seaside in Sarasota County, he got here throughout a necklace with a miniature urn hooked up to it. The phrase “mother” was inscribed on the urn, which appeared to include somebody’s ashes.
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“You possibly can think about simply how devastating it have to be,” Rauch advised the information station. “This might be the final piece of their mom that they’ve and it is gone.”
Rauch stated the necklace gave the impression to be “model new,” main him to imagine the necklace was misplaced lately.
He posted a photograph of the jewellery on social media and requested for the general public’s assist in discovering the proprietor.
The treasure hunter has made a behavior of utilizing his pastime to reunite homeowners with their misplaced possessions. Within the six years since first utilizing his steel detector, Rauch advised WJXT-TV that he’s returned as many as 30 objects, together with diamond engagement rings, a Rolex watch and lacking automotive keys.
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However whereas Rauch says he’s completely happy to return every kind of misplaced objects, the necklace might rank as crucial.
“That is what I get pleasure from doing greater than something, is to have the ability to return issues and this may be the highest factor that I might probably return,” he advised FOX13.