Roswell police say this man picked up an engagement ring that fell off a woman's finger at the Sky Zone trampoline park, 1425 Market Blvd., on Dec. 30, 2018. Roswell Police Department
Photo: Roswell Police Department
Photo: Roswell Police Department

Roswell cops seek man who kept engagement ring lost at trampoline park

Diamonds are forever, unless they slip off your hand at a trampoline park and someone walks away with them.

Roswell police spokeswoman Officer Lisa Holland confirmed March 1 that they are still looking for the man they say found and kept an engagement ring at Sky Zone on Market Boulevard around the turn of the new year.

Police posted a picture of the man Jan. 10 on the agency’s Facebook page.

Investigators have video that shows the ring slipping off a woman’s finger and getting lodged in some netting, Holland said. The video then shows a child knocking the ring loose and a man putting it on his pinkie before leaving.


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The woman, who lives in Braselton, filed a police report online. But Holland said in January that the man was not facing charges. She said there are some possible explanations for why he hasn’t reached out, and that he possibly didn’t feel comfortable giving the ring to an employee.

Unfortunately for police, this happened on Dec. 30, which Holland said was the busiest day of the year for Sky Zone, which had 500 jumpers. Cops likely won’t be able to identify the man from the waiver the trampoline park requires jumpers to sign because none of them from that day are time-stamped.

If you have information, you can contact the detective on the case at 770-640-4571 or scollins@roswellgov.com.


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