Post # 1
There’s been a couple posts recently of people who have had their rings stolen. Pawn shops are always a good idea to check, but also Craigslist. I have a co-worker whose house was broken into, and her wedding ring stolen. About a week later, she found it on Craigslist (it was custom made). She had no proof that it was hers, and so she had to buy it back. But, the person selling it was selling about 4 other wedding rings as well. The person selling them said her sister gave them to her. Just another place to check. Best of luck to all the missing ring owners!
Post # 3
@itsmle: This is good info. Thanks, @itsmle.
You’ve got to pursue every avenue. But it is imperative that a police report be filed. You can do this at a salon, restaurant, workplace or your home, if in any case you suspect theft. The police are MANDATED to file a report, if you find your ring on craigslist or at a pawn shop, etc., hell even on another person, you now have that police filing that will change the “open report on file” to a possible criminal lead which must get followed up with. Seeing a ring on craigslist and not having filed a report will only delay things and have the police asking you “why did you not file a report when the valuable went missing?” Just like a car accident, no matter if it is in a parking lot or a full blown fatality, the police have to file a report of the “incident” to pursue.