Amazon employee begs customers to search packages for lost engagement ring

Jasmine Paget, an 18-year-old woman who lives in Swansea, U.K., with her fiancé Josh Mannings.

was packing Amazon parcels at a fulfillment center in Swansea on June 6 when she realized the rock was missing from her finger.

“I know this is a long shot off, but if anyone receives an Amazon parcel with an engagement ring in please could you let me or Amazon know ASAP,” she wrote on Facebook.

“I lost my engagement ring in a parcel earlier today while working and it’s been sent out to a customer. Devestated that I’ve lost it and just hope it finds its way back!”.

“I felt my heart in my stomach, I started crying and just went to my managers to find out if there was any way they could find it. It definitely went into a parcel, we just can’t tell what one, which is so frustrating!”.

She hopes that by sharing her story, an Amazon customer might discover the ring and return it to her and her fiancé .

“He’s just made a big joke out of it to keep my hopes up,” she said

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