More Than Two Decades Later, Superbowl Ring Returned To Rightful Owner
Former San Diego Charger Lance Alworth has gotten his 1971 Super Bowl ring back, 25 years after it was stolen.
The ring was taken from a restaurant in San Diego know for displaying sports memorabilia.
It was reported stolen and investigated as a commercial robbery.
Last month an unidentified person called Alworth about the ring.
The San Diego Sheriff's Department was able to track the ring down and return it to Alworth.
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