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A woman lost her wedding ring flying to MSP – and thousands are trying to help

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Nicole Inman lost her wedding ring. And like anyone who can't find such a prized possession, desperately wants to find it.

So she took to Facebook – and now more than 200,000 people have pitched in to help track it down. Here's the post. (You can also click here to see it.)

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That post was put up Wednesday, and about 48 hours later has a whopping 195,000 shares. (Note: Shortly after this was published, that number went up to more than 202,000. It will likely keep going that way.)

In it, she says she was on a Feb. 6 flight, Memphis to St. Paul, with Delta Airlines. The ring has a "special saying" from her husband inscribed.

We'll keep you updated if Inman gets some good news in the near future.

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