Georgia woman searching for owner of lost Marine Corps rings

Georgia woman searching for owner of lost Marine Corps rings

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A Georgia woman who found a Marine Corps ring is looking to return it to its owner. 

Jessie Meygan Jones said the ring was found by her boyfriend in a repossessed car and that it is a Balfour Marine Corps ring with a date and platoon number engraved on the inside of it.  

She said it's a Balfour Marine Corps ring with an engraving on the inside that includes the platoon number and a date.

"Ok Facebook collective I need your help this Veterans Day. My boyfriend works at US Auto in Lawrenceville GA and found this ring in a repo car it is a Balfour marine corps ring with an engraving on the inside of platoon # and a date, if you have lost your ring message me with what the engraving says and I would love to reunite you with it," Jones posted on Facebook. 

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