Wedding rings from two unlucky people ended up in some kids' trick-or-treat bags over the weekend.
If you live in Boston, Massachusetts or Mesa, Arizona, you may have found some nice treats after gorging on candy after Halloween.
Now, the owners of the lost wedding rings are hoping you'll do the right thing.
Robert Rand of Boston lost his ring while handing out candy on Halloween night.
"My wedding ring slipped off into someone's bag," Rand told ABC News. "I am just without words about how sad I am."
He is hoping the person who got it will return it. It has the inscriptions "1-4-3" and "10/11/93".
If you have his wedding ring, be a good citizen and return it to this poor guy!
Also in the same boat is Brooklin Yazzie, of Mesa.
She says she was carving pumpkins with her kids when she decided to take off her wedding ring and put it in the candy jar for safekeeping. When she gave away all the candy, and the jar was empty, she realized what she had done.
She has been looking for it ever since. She has been putting up signs in her neighborhood and has made a public plea on TV in order to find her wedding ring, but so far, no luck.
"It's my wedding ring, you know?" Yazzie said. "I mean you could replace it, but it's not the same."
If you find her wedding ring in your candy, do the right thing and give it back to this woman!
Such a sad thing to happen. Anyone who has ever lost their wedding rings can testify that it is a truly devastating feeling.
What do you think? Be honest, if you found a wedding ring in your kids' candy, would you keep it or try to find its owner?