Bride-to-be appeals for help to find her engagement ring lost in Norwich
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A bride-to-be is appealing for people to help her find her engagement ring which was lost in Norwich city centre.
Jessica Reimer, 34, and her fiancé Edward Blanch, 29, had been visiting Norwich yesterday to choose their wedding rings and noticed Miss Reimer had lost her engagement ring shortly after 2pm.
'It would mean absolutely everything to me to find the ring,' said Miss Reimer, who added that the ring had added significance because it was also her mother Jolane's engagement ring.
She said that the last time they could remember she had the ring was when they were trying on wedding rings at Sonkai jewellers in Dove Street at about 2pm.
'We left the jewellers at about 2pm and walked to the cinema. I realised inside the cinema that I didn't have the ring on,' said Miss Reimer, who is originally from Oklahoma City in America.
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'We retraced our steps and the staff at the jewellers helped us look, but we couldn't find it.'
The ring has a gold band with seven diamonds in the shape of a daisy - one of the diamonds is in the centre and the other six diamonds surround it.
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The couple, who are both dancers and live in Martham, got engaged about two months ago. They are due to marry at Norwich Castle on June 8.
Anyone who can help Miss Reimer find her engagement ring, should call 01493 740857 or email email@example.com