Montecito man returns antique ring to rightful owner


Adam McKaig is always finding something….

On Sunday, after grocery shopping at Albertsons in Montecito..a sparkling object on the ground caught his eye….

McKaig knew he had to get the ring back to its rightful owner…so he left his business card with the manager at Albertsons.

He also posted about it on Craigs List asking if anyone could identify the ring.

A few days passed and he got a call from Carla Dobbs who described the ring to a ‘T’

Dobbs had been despondent over the ring which she says must have slipped off of her finger as she was walking out of the Albertsons…

The 100 year old ring was passed down to her by her late mother…
Dobbs says she is grateful for honest people like McKaig.

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