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  • Lost Class Ring Returned More Than Forty Years Later

    Steve Prutsman of Treasure Isle Jewelers in Cary, N.C. returned a class ring to Deborah Burdette, who’s father Moultrie Watts lost the ring more than 40 years ago at the Outer Banks. The ring was found at the Outer Banks by one of Prutsman’s customers who found the ring with a metal detector.

Steve Prutsman of Treasure Isle Jewelers in Cary, N.C. returned a class ring to Deborah Burdette, who’s father Moultrie Watts lost the ring more than 40 years ago at the Outer Banks. The ring was found at the Outer Banks by one of Prutsman’s customers who found the ring with a metal detector. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Steve Prutsman of Treasure Isle Jewelers in Cary, N.C. returned a class ring to Deborah Burdette, who’s father Moultrie Watts lost the ring more than 40 years ago at the Outer Banks. The ring was found at the Outer Banks by one of Prutsman’s customers who found the ring with a metal detector. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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