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    Post ID # 047454
  • Date of Theft: 4/16/2016
  • Type of Jewelry: Ring
  • Street: 2092 S. 102nd Street
  • City Where Stolen: West Allis
  • State: Wisconsin
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 53227
  • Police Report Filed?: No
  • Listed: April 17, 2018 6:51 am
  • Expires: 128 days, 4 hours
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I was at my apartment’s gym facilities on the treadmill when I took my ring off. I’ve lost a lot of weight and the ring doesn’t fit so well. I usually take all my jewelry off before the gym, but I went straight from work and didn’t think of it.

I left it in the drink pocket of the back corner treadmill at around 9pm. I went back to look the next morning, around 7:40am.

The gym is semi-private, as it is only for apartment renters. We have swipe cards that allow access from 5am-11pm. 2 people were in the gym when I left and 1 was in the gym that morning when I looked. I’m hoping the office will be able to help with the card access and seeing who else could have been in the room during that window! I will be filing a police report today.

The ring itself is silver with 1 small gold band that wraps around the stones…a ruby with three smaller diamonds next to it.

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