Let's say you've just rung every doorbell in the neighborhood, gotten enough candy to fill a dump truck, and stumbled home to eat it. You spill out chocolates and mints and gum and candy corn on the kitchen table, and something shiny catches your eye: Gleaming among all the brightly colored wrappers is a three-diamond, anniversary ring. It's as surprising to see as it is beautiful to look at. Maybe you even try it on to see how it fits.
Then, the next day on the news, you hear about a woman who thinks the ring accidentally slipped off her finger while she was handing out candy. She's in good spirits, but the ring holds both sentimental and monetary value, and the woman is hoping and praying she gets it back.
Now it's on you: You know you've got it, and you know it's worth something, and you know who lost it. What do you do?
Carl Azuz, Anchor