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'Please come forward' appeal to mystery blonde engagement ring owner

By Lincolnshire Echo  |  Posted: January 14, 2014

'Please come forward' appeal to broken engagement ring owner
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The birthday party girl who found another woman's engagement ring in her handbag still hasn't heard from the mystery blonde.

Sophie Reynolds revealed today that, despite the story going viral and trending on social media sites, no-one has claimed the distinctive piece of jewellery.

It was handed over during a tipsy conversation in the Charcoal Grill on Lincoln's Clasketgate at around 4am on Sunday morning.

A mystery blonde, who claimed to be upset over a bust-up with her allegedly unfaithful fiancee, shoved the gold and pearl band at the 23-year-old purchasing administrator.

"No-one's come forward yet, even though I've had loads of Facebook messages from people wanting to know the outcome," said Sophie, who lives in South Park and works at the Running Imp headquarters in Whisby Way.

"I have to admit I'm a little disappointed because I really want the ring to be returned.

"So if the girl's out there and has seen the online story I'd really like her to get in touch.

"Friends have said she's probably embarrassed, but there's no way I'll reveal who she is if she doesn't want me to."

Sarah briefly spoke to the girl - who spoke with a Yorkshire accent and was wearing a black-and-red tartan top - after celebrating a friend's birthday in Lincoln High Street club Lola Lo.

If you want your ring back call Sophie direct on 01522 502138 or e-mail sophie@runningimp.co.uk

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