A silver ring with detailed insignias along its sides - it may be just a metal band to some but a Lawrenceville woman feels it may have a lot more meaning to the Marine that lost it.

Jessie Meygan Jones posted the picture of a Marine Corps ring that her boyfriend found in a repossessed car at U.S. Auto. Now, she's on a mission to return it to the owner.

"It should be with its rightful owner, any help with that is appreciated," Jones told 11Alive.

She said it's a Balfour Marine Corps ring with an engraving on the inside that includes the platoon number and a date.

"If you have lost your ring, message me with what the engraving says and I would love to reunite you with it."

Adding to the importance of this discovery - it was posted on Veterans Day.

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