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Sentimental diamond ring missing

GRAFTON woman Beryl Gillett is appealing for public assistance to help her locate an item of sentimental value.

Mrs Gillett discovered her 9 carat gold, white diamond ring, a set combination of her engagement/wedding/eternity rings given to her by husband Hilary, was missing after she returned home on Wednesday.

After retracing her steps, Mrs Gillett said she believes her ring was lost between Jacaranda Avenue and Grafton Shoppingworld.

"I am very distressed and upset. The ring has great sentimental value to me and I would be so grateful if someone found it and came forward," she said.

Mrs Gillett is offering a $100 reward for the safe return of her ring.

The ring is 1cm in diameter, made from 9 carat gold with a white diamond set into the design with white diamond chips on each side.

Anyone who locates Mrs Gillett's missing ring is encouraged to contact Grafton Police on 6642 0222 or The Daily Examiner on 66430 500.

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