The wife of a man from Wealdstone who tragically died on a building site in Surrey, has made a heartbreaking appeal to Harrow residents to help find his lost wedding ring.
Colin Molloy, 50, who lived with his wife Amanda in Wealdstone, tragically died on Thursday 29 September on a building site in Surrey last week.
Speaking to Harrow Online, Amanda Molloy said: “My husband lost his wedding ring last weekend. The place he remembered seeing it was Morrisons in Hatch End. It’s a long shot but if anyone has found it or handed it in please let me know. He was tragically killed in an accident on Thursday morning so it means a lot to me.”
In a statement on Twitter, Surrey police said: “We were called to reports of a concern for safety at a building site on High Street, Esher at around 12pm today (September 29). Sadly, despite best efforts of paramedics, a 50-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.
“His next of kin have been informed. An investigation to establish the circumstances of the incident remains ongoing and there continues to be a police presence in the area while we carry out enquiries.
We were called to reports of a concern for safety at a building site on High Street, Esher at around 12pm today (29 September).
Sadly, despite best efforts of paramedics, a 50-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed. (1/2)
— Elmbridge Beat (Surrey Police) (@ElmbridgeBeat) September 29, 2022
“The Health and Safety Executive has also been made aware. All roads are now open.”
The last place the wedding ring was seen was at Morrisons in Hatch End prior to Colin’s death.
See pics of the lost ring below.