LIRR worker finds, returns 36 engagement rings left on train

A man working for the Long Island Rail Road has returned more than $100,000 worth of engagement rings forgotten on the train.

News 12 Staff

Apr 24, 2021, 4:40 PM

Updated 1,090 days ago

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A man working for the Long Island Rail Road has returned more than $100,000 worth of engagement rings forgotten on the train.   
Assistant conductor Jonathan Yellowday was working on the 611 from Penn Station to Port Washington when he found jewelry in a plastic bag. 
Passanger Ed Eleasian, a Midtown jeweler, had forgotten them on his way home.
Yellowday alerted MTA police and got the 36 rings back to Eleasian.


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