Sometimes when you make a mistake you need to man up and do the right thing. On Tuesday night, Richmond BC’s Shea Emry had his Grey Cup ring stolen from his car from a parkade in the 600 block of Richards street in Vancouver. Emry had forgotten the ring in the car and it was stolen some time between 8:30pm Tuesday evening and 5:30am Wednesday morning.
The ring is valued at $20,000 and was the first ring Emry won as a member of the Montreal Alouettes. He will receive another one shortly for the team’s 2010 win, but would dearly love to get this one back.
The ring is a dead giveaway and is personalized, so anyone trying to pawn it for cash should be automatically reported. The right thing to do would be to contact the Vancouver Police Department at and turn the ring in so that it can be returned to Emry.
Hopefully whoever took it, or whoever has it now, will do the right thing.