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How my lost wedding rings led me to a sister I never knew existed

When Brittany Oliver, then 29, looked down at her left hand on a beautiful day, she felt like she’d been punched in the stomach: Her diamond wedding rings were gone. Incredibly, she would get them back the next day — and that would lead her to a new discovery: a long-lost sister. It would take four years, though, for their story to unfold. The saga begins on Labor Day 2015, at New York’s Seneca Lake. “I’d been playing volleyball in the sunshine with my husband, Steven, and daughters when I saw the rings were gone,” Oliver, now 33, tells The Post. Frantic, she retraced her steps. She even had friends, who owned a boat, post a sign about the missing jewels and cruise around the lake. But hours passed to no avail. Eventually ...