Australia Police seek to reunite ring found in world's largest sand dune desert with owner

10:58  08 august  2017
10:58  08 august  2017 Source:   ABC News

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The ring was found just outside Birdsville by a traveller in June.© Provided by ABC News The ring was found just outside Birdsville by a traveller in June. While finding a ring in the world's largest sand dune desert may sound impossible, an outback police station has reported just that.

Birdsville Police Station in south-west Queensland is searching for the owner of a silver-coloured gem ring, after a traveller came forward with the find.

"A woman out walking on a large sand dune near Birdsville in the Simpson Desert has been walking along, looked down, and found a ring in the sand," Senior Sergeant Robin Taylor-Ward said.

The ring was discovered in late June, but police do not know how long it has been lost for.

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"We don't know how long it's been there but it was in pretty good nick, so we're thinking maybe it hadn't been there for a significantly long period of times," she said.

Sergeant Taylor-Ward said while police frequently reunited lost jewellery with their owners, the circumstances around this story were unlike anything she had dealt with before.

"You'd probably have a greater chance of winning the lotto, wouldn't you?"

As the fourth largest desert in Australia, she admitted it was a lucky find.

"It will be a bit like Christmas morning when they realise that they're ring has been found."

And the police are urging the owner to get in touch.

"If you're the owner of that ring, there are certain peculiarities about that ring that only the owner could know, so we definitely want to hear from you," she said.

Contact Birdsville Police Station on (07) 4656 5677.

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