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NJ metal detectorist unearths family heirloom for full circle Father’s Day moment

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AUDUBON, N.J. - People may have seen folks with metal detectors on the beach at the shore. One man participating in this hobby is kind of a hero after he found a class ring in the ocean and he reunited the ring with the family it belongs to.Bill Busarello found and returned four wedding rings with his treasure hunting hobby last year."I was fishing and never caught a fish," Busarello said. "So my son bought me a metal detector about three years ago and then I started finding things."June 18th, he unearthed a George Washington High School class of 1976 ring in North Wildwood.

His guess is that it popped up because of beach renourishment, moving the sand around in the area.MORE HEADLINES:The inner band of the ring revealed a clue - the initials CBA.The Jersey metal detectorist put on his sleuth hat and hit the internet. "I took a look at the class list and there was a person with CBA.

I googled and that person had passed away in 2008," Busarello explained.On Father’s Day weekend, Busarello wanted to act fast to find CBA’s family.

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