A Bills fan named Ron Dole tweeted Sunday night that he lost his wedding ring at the Bills-Colts snow game and asked for help finding the item.
Another Bills fan named Paula Kelly posted Sunday that she found a wedding ring at a Bills game, but they're not the same ring.
What happens when wedding bands go missing at an NFL stadium?
That's an unusual issue, according to the Bills' vice president of operations and guest experience, Andy Major. He suggested fans try the team's lost and found, which is located in the ticket office. The phone number is 1-877-228-4257 (or 1-877-BB-TICKS).
I lost my wedding ring in Section 124 at the stadium today, if somebody found a silver band ring please let me know @buffalobills
— Ronald James (@Rondole12) December 11, 2017
Jones said he was sitting in Section 124 (behind the end zone at the southeast end of the field, opposite the scoreboard) when he lost his silver band. He hadn't found it as of Monday night.
Still haven't found it, so if anyone found one yesterday, please let me know. Also, just a heads up, the Totally Buffalo article isn't my ring! Please RT this and help me out! @DelReid @buffalobills https://t.co/NRYsfDSQwR
— Ronald James (@Rondole12) December 12, 2017
"I’ve gotten hundreds of messages from total strangers trying to help me," Dole told a local blog, Totally Buffalo. He guessed that he lost the ring while taking off wet gloves.
More importantly, Dole said his wife has been understanding: "She was more worried about how upset I was than the ring actually being gone."
Meanwhile, Kelly posted on Facebook that she found a gold band with an inscription outside of the gates at New Era Field, but said she found it the week prior, at the game on Dec. 3 against the Patriots.
If you can identify the engraving, you can have your ring back.