The Minnesota woman is working with the store to find the rightful owner
A lot of people have apparently left expensive diamond rings in jeans they have donated to Goodwill in Minnesota.
Deb Thompson went to the second-hand thrift store to pick up a pair of jean capris her daughter had suggested because they have a lot of bling on them. The jeans she found were $3.99 and they came with a ton of bling. She found a diamond ring in the right pocket. The ring was real and worth about $6,500.
"I took the ring out of my pocket and sat on the floor with my daughter and her fiancé," she told ABC. "I put my arm out in the centre, and opened it in my palm and we all just went, 'Wow. Oh my God.'"
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All Thompson could think about was how somebody may be missing the ring. "The husband or fiancé must be out there saying, 'You're not getting another one!'"
So she contacted Goodwill and began working with them to find the rightful owner ofRead More »from Deb Thompson finds diamond ring in pants from Goodwill