Bethlehem police find a wedding ring

The Bethlehem Township police have found a wedding band. They said that they found it at the shopping center of a shopping center. The wedding ring of the lady was found a day before Thanksgiving. The authorities told that the person who believes that the ring belongs to him/her, should contact township police at 610-759-2200.

The police have taken to the official Facebook page of the department in expectation of finding the ring’s real owner. The department said: “FOUND PROPERTY – A woman’s wedding band was found in the parking lot of one of our shopping centers on November 25. If you are missing yours and can sufficiently prove this is yours, please contact us at 610-759-2200.”

The posting attracted a response from the followers. A lot of them shared on their wall. Susan Boerger replied: “Bless the person who handed in to police. Love hearing good things!”, while Jennifer Cox Valdez commented: “Love honest people! Am I the only one who just checked my finger!”

Meanwhile, this weekend, the annual NC Holiday Flotilla became a wedding proposal for a couple. The organizers stated that the large crowds gathered at the Thanksgiving week in Wrightsville Beach for eleventh season starting of Enchanted Airlie as well as the thirty-second Annual North Carolina Holiday Flotilla.

Saturday’s flotilla followed a four-mile route, with fifty-thousand visitors, as well as passed the judges’ viewing stand at the Blockade Runner Beach Resort – 23 yachts, motorboats and sailboats , each competed for prizes, bragging rights and cash.