Diamond Ring Lost In Shoe, Reunited With Owner

(AP) A diamond ring that a South Florida department store sales associate found inside a shoe has been returned to its owner. Susan Ray said she thinks she lost her great-grandmother's engagement ring while she was looking at shoes at a Loehmann's store. A sales associate, Maria del Carmen Servin, found the piece of jewelry in a Cole Haan pump.

Servin gave the ring to loss-prevention employees, and Ray soon contacted the store.

Ray, a retired tax attorney, said the experience "made me really rethink how I think about people."

For turning in the ring, Servin will be featured in a company newsletter and get a Loehmann's gift card. She will also receive $10 from a store program.

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Information from: South Florida Sun-Sentinel, http://www.sun-sentinel.com

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