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Cass Tech student finds owner of missing ring

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DETROIT, Mich. (WJBK) -

A Cass Tech high school student's detective work helps track down the owner of a missing school ring. It turns out, it belonged to a Detroit police officer. She was surprised to get the phone call!

Click on the video player to watch Maurielle Lue's report.

Angela Bunch wasn't looking for her high school class ring, in fact, she didn't even know she lost it. But it was sitting in her old apartment in Detroit where she lived 16 years ago. A Cass Tech high school student was cleaning the apartment when he found the ring and wanted to get it back to the rightful owner.

D'Andre Carter, 18, was moving out of the apartment when he found the ring. He went on Facebook and managed to locate Angela. The officer went to Cass Tech to meet D'Andre and get her ring back. Now, she is friends with the teen and his mother on Facebook and they plan to keep in touch.



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