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Ambler, Pennsylvania homeowner turns to social media, community to find stolen family wedding ring | 6abc.com

Ambler, Pennsylvania homeowner turns to social media, community to find stolen family wedding ring | 6abc.com

A woman in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania believes a family heirloom was stolen from her home.

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