Lost Ring: Police Notice

Posted by Brighton Cougars on 3 January 2018

LOST RING: Police Notice

In October 2017 what appears a ladies ring of some value was found after a Brighton Cougars training session at Dorothy Stringer Gym. From its appearance it is believed to be an adults ring and not something that one of the players or a school pupil would have had in a gym and is likely to belong to a Cougar’s parent/carer. Following an earlier post in the Cougars newsletter no one has come forward and as such the ring has been passed to Sussex Police lost property who have advised that it is being held under reference CBHF/17/12/17197.

If you believe this ring may belong to you please contact Sussex Police on 101 or in person at Brighton, John Street Police Station and arrange to recover. Please be aware that Police only hold onto found items for a very short time and as such this ring will be disposed of in early-mid January 2018.

Please also be aware that you will be required to give a description of the ring in order to prove that it is yours and a photo of it would help.

If you require any further info on this please contact Mike Taylor at TMs@brightoncougars.com

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