You could probably say one of the most valuable and sentimental items a person has is their wedding ring, and losing it can be heartbreaking.
Courtney Casey was staying at a local hotel last week.
She says she was in a hurry to check out and forgot her wedding rings sitting in the bathroom.
She immediately called the hotel.
Casey says the hotel has been very helpful in searching the room, even leaving it vacant the past week.
A police report was filed and Casey is searching local pawn shops for her rings.
"I just hope that somebody, if they do have it, they return it. I don't care how they got it. It doesn't matter to me as long as I get it back, because it's not something I can just replace. Even if I wanted to," says Casey.
Casey says she isn't blaming anyone.
She knows she is responsible for her own rings, but she's holding out hope that they will be returned.
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