Gold jewelry found at Marco Island Publix

Hopefully, a person’s good deed will bring relief, and happiness, to a person who lost gold jewelry items at the Publix off Collier Boulevard.

The man, who chose to be anonymous, said he found the jewelry in a bag on the floor at the checkout counter at Publix around 3 p.m. on Tuesday.

The store manager gave the jewelry to Marco Island Police Officer Hector Diaz.

Further information on the jewelry was withheld so that the appropriate person can claim their jewelry at the police department, 50 Bald Eagle Drive.

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marco826 writes:

Hey! An honest man! There really is a Santa.

u2cane writes:

Nice to hear of this in this day and age. Also nice to see they used some sense and witheld the info so the rightful person can claim what they lost.

u2cane writes:

Of course Klab had to come up with something negative that makes no sense. Big surprise there.

RayPray writes:

There is a saying that if you buy a diamond ring or other gem, it loses half its value the minute you exit the jewelry store.

If you want to invest in commodities, stick with K Rands or Maple Leafs sold at par.

RayPray writes:

in response to RayPray:

There is a saying that if you buy a diamond ring or other gem, it loses half its value the minute you exit the jewelry store.

If you want to invest in commodities, stick with K Rands or Maple Leafs sold at par.

I meant to post thin under the article about the unethical jewelry store.

waverunner writes:

in response to Klabautermann:

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I see your mixing alcohol with meds again!

waverunner writes:

in response to Klabautermann:

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Wrong again Yoda! Pop another pill and take a swig!

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