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Finding a 'diamond in the haystack' | (UPI) -- The lost-and-found department at the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport usually handles wallets and purses -- not a $17,000 lost diamond. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports, however, that's the amount of a claim turned in to the department recently by a traveler going through the jetport.

It seems Michelle Glass reported the $17,000 center diamond had fallen out of her engagement ring.

Finding a diamond in the hundreds of thousands of square feet of a major airport is sort of like the old "needle in a haystack" axiom, which came to the fore several times during the search.

But the gem was found. A policeman located it among a group of rocks and debris at an area where shuttle busses are loaded.

Glass has her diamond back.

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