Ring left in Pueblo firefighters’ donation boot
Fill the boot came with some unexpected loot.
Last week, while off-duty Pueblo firefighters were collecting money for muscular dystrophy, an annual event where folks drop donations in a work boot, someone dropped a ring.
“We’re certain it was by accident,” said Fire Inspector Woody Percival.
As such, the fire department wants to return the ring to its owner.
“I had it examined by a jeweler and it’s not a real expensive ring, but it might have some sentimental value,” Percival said.
The ring was deposited either Aug. 28 or 29 near Colorado 47 and Dillon Drive.
To reclaim the jewelry item, a description must be given. For more information, or to inquire about the ring, call 719-821-1258
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