Family heritage lost in ?night out

A NIGHT out with friends may have cost Kathryn Daley something that was not only expensive but also carried a great deal of sentimental value.

Waking after a night on the town, Kathryn discovered she had lost her engagement ring.

But despite losing the ring her fiance gave her in December last year, she has also lost a piece of her family's history. The ring was made using the diamonds from her grandmother's engagement ring.

"I'm not really worried about the cost, it's the sentimental value that I'm worried about,'' Kathryn said.

After a night at Players International nightclub, Kathryn discovered her engagement ring had fallen off and now she is appealing to locals to help her find it.

"I went back there and looked for it, I asked the taxi company, the police and Players; I've made quite a few calls, I even put an ad in the paper and offered a reward but haven't had any luck,'' she said.

Kathryn believes the ring may have been found on the ground by someone who doesn't realise the sentimental value. She would like someone to hand it to the police.

If you know where Kathryn's ring is, phone Gladstone police on 4971 3222 or The Observer.



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