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Fiance's detective work traces ring

A bride-to-be is overjoyed after her fiance tracked down her stolen custom-made ring.

The ring, and £1000 in cash, was stolen from the Aberdeen home of Lindsay Cooper, 36, and Matthew Duthie, 34. But Mr Duthie visited local pawn shops with a picture of the ring and one shop later handed it to police. The wedding is in September.

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