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Parkchester woman reaches out for help finding lost family heirloom

The missing ring belonged to Cynthia Molina's late grandmother, who died from COVID-19 in 2021.

Noelle Lilley

May 21, 2024, 2:24 AM

Updated 28 days ago


A Parkchester woman is turning to News 12 in search of her late grandmother’s ring that went missing at Lombardi’s On The Bay in Patchogue on Long Island.
Cynthia Molina says the ring was last on her mother’s hand during a Mother’s Day brunch at the restaurant. However, she says it was nowhere to be found when they left Lombardi’s.
It is a gold ring with an emerald stone that her grandmother bought in the 1950s in Brooklyn.
The ring is only of the only things she has left of her grandma after the family matriarch died from COVID-19 in 2021.
“By this point, I believe if it was still at the business, it would have been found and the business would have called me,” Molina said.
Speaking to anyone who might’ve found it, she says:
“If anyone picked it up, please, from the kindness of your heart, return it. I only had one grandma. So this means everything to me and my mom to have this back.” The family tells News 12 that they are offering a reward to anyone who finds the ring. You can contact them at 646-379-0465.

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