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SIESTA KEY, Fla. - A Georgia woman's search for the owner of a Marine Corps ring she found while visiting a Florida beach has gone viral.
According to WTVT, Suzanne Rogers found the ring, engraved with "PLT 1041 6/30/17" and "EL," while visiting Florida's Siesta Key on Sunday.
Rogers quickly took to social media to try to track down the ring's owner.
"Friends will you please share this post?!" she wrote on Facebook. "I found a Marine Corps ring on Siesta Key Beach today in Florida. I’m hoping to find the owner before we leave this week! Please share! If this is your ring, please message me! From what I can tell they were in platoon 1041 from Parris Island 2017. Please help me find the owner!!"
She also shared the message on Twitter.
@USMC I am currently vacationing at Siesta Key Florida. Today while at the beach I found a Marine Corps ring. Inside reads PLT 1041 6/30/17. Possible initials “EL” Is there anyway you could help me locate the owner. pic.twitter.com/lb04hRTK7b— Suzanne Rogers (@JSuzanneRF) July 22, 2018
By Tuesday morning, the posts had been shared hundreds of times.