Woman Gets Stolen Ring Back...28 Years Later


Woman Gets Stolen Ring Back...28 Years Later

AUBURN, Maine (CBS/AP) Michelle Bilodeau of Auburn, Maine has her high school class ring back in her possession 28 years after it was stolen.

Better late than never, I suppose.

Bilodeau hadn't seen her Edward Little High School class of 1983 ring since it was stolen during her junior year.

But on Friday, it was returned to her by a stranger who tracked her down on Facebook.

Angie Foster of Benton - which is about 60 miles north of Auburn - says she found the ring years ago at a roller skating rink.

She had held onto it and at one point called the high school to figure out who had the initials MMB that were engraved on the inside of the band. The school said that Bilodeau fit the description

Even after she learned Bilodeau's name, it took years for Foster to find her. It wasn't until Foster looked for her on Facebook that the search paid off.



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