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Tuesday, 1 May 2012
Magpie steals woman's engagement ring and buries it in nest for three years
A magpie stole a woman's engagement ring and kept it buried in his nest for three years. The platinum ring was finally recovered when her fiancé found it in a bird's nest at the bottom of their garden. Julia Boaler, 36, thought the £5,000 ring had been stolen when it vanished while she was taking a shower at home. Miss Boaler and her partner Justin Laycock, who live in Gleadless, Sheffield, were baffled at how the pear-shaped diamond could have vanished. Miss Boaler, project worker for homeless children, said: "I was heartbroken when my ring vanished and Justin was not best pleased either.
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