York County Sheriff’s Office detectives are asking the public help in locating the owner of three United States Marine Corps rings.
A Clover woman reported to York County detectives that she found three United States Marine Corps rings in her kitchen, says York County Sheriff’s Office Trent Faris in an email.
She didn’t know if the rings were lost or stolen, so she reported them to detectives, Faris said.
One ring is yellow gold with a red center stone and the Inscription of United States Marines around the stone. An etching of Iwo Jima Flag posting on other side of ring.
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Another is a silver or white gold ring with a red center stone. “Vietnam Veteran” is inscribed around the center stone, with a Vietnam ribbon and “Republic of Vietnam” service on one side of ring. It also has an etching of the Vietnam Memorial with the words "you are not forgotten" on the other side of the ring.
The other ring is described as being yellow gold with a red center stone and an eagle, globe, and anchor on stone with “United States Marines” inscribed around center stone. It also has the year 1775 etched on one side. On the other side is the picture of Iwo Jima flag raising and the year 1945.
If someone can positively identify and prove they are the owner of the rings, they are asked to contact Detective Tracy Strickland at 803-628-3059.