QUINCY, MASS (AP) — Police conducting a raid at a suspected drug dealer’s home south of Boston made an unusual discovery — a stolen 2004 Red Sox World Series ring.

Quincy police had been watching the home for several months, and on Tuesday they executed a search warrant after witnessing a drug deal.

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Capt. John Dougan says they found a “significant” number of oxycodone pills, money-counting machines, police scanners, $9,000 in cash and the ring.

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Dougan says the ring belongs to a team employee, not a player or coach. The Red Sox broke an 86-year World Series championship drought in 2004.

The man who lives in the home and two men to whom he allegedly sold pills are expected in court Wednesday.

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Dougan says it’s unclear how the ring ended up in the home.