A Macedonia, Ohio, jewelry store donated wedding bands to a
woman after her original bands were stolen from her home days before her wedding.
Dennis Basch of Don Basch Jewelers in Macedonia, Ohio, tells
JCK his older brother saw a news
story on July 27 that Aliza Beastrom’s wedding rings were stolen. Basch says
his brother came in the store the next day and suggested helping the couple.
“We didn’t know the wedding was on Saturday,” he
says. “Once we found that out we had a meeting and contacted the news
The local ABC news affiliate helped coordinate Basch’s
meeting with the bride-to-be. Beastrom
sent images of the stolen rings to the jeweler and Basch says the store scanned
the inventory to find a match. “She said the ring was an exact match to
the rings that were stolen,” Basch says.
The jewelry store gave the couple an appraisal and Basch drove to her home to deliver the rings. “There was no exchange of
anything except for hugs from the bride and her mom,” Basch says.
The couple married on July 30. “We’re just happy they
got their rings,” Basch says.