Mystery diamond ring found in NC Salvation Army kettle

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DURHAM, N.C. — A mystery person made a diamond donation to the Salvation Army in Durham Friday.

Demetria Stephens was manning the red kettle at the Walmart on Glenn School Road and said she had no idea that one of the many people who stopped by her kettle had dropped in the diamond ring they found Monday morning.

“I didn’t know anything at all, because I really don’t pay attention to what they put in the kettle. I just say Merry Christmas,” said Stephens, who has been volunteering with the Salvation Army for four years.

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