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Wedding rings found at Shelton library during renovations

November 30, 2018

SHELTON — During renovations at Shelton’s Plumb Memorial Library, two men’s wedding rings were found and the library is hoping to return them to the proper owners.

The rings were estimated to have been at the library since around 1978. They have been in the library for decades, in a safe in the library for safekeeping.

Board member Aleta Minor was part of the cleaning team when the rings were found. She reached out to City Hall to see if they could get her any information on the possible owners of the rings.

“We would like to see the rings reunited with their owners after all these years,” said Joan Stokes, the library director.

Anyone who might have lost a wedding ring since 1978 at the Plumb Memorial Public Lirary at 65 Wooster St. is asked to go to the adult circulation desk and describe it to the a librarian.

Call 203-924-1580 with any questions.

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