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Wollaston family's plea for return of precious pictures
10:19am Tuesday 17th September 2013 in News
A WOLLASTON family has issued an appeal for the return of irreplaceable family photos - including pictures of their daughter in neonatal care and a dream trip to Disneyland - on a digital camera stolen at a church service.
Anna and Nigel Robinson and their daughters Autumn, aged three and Violet, eight months, were at Holy Trinity Church in Wordsley when the Nikon N1 camera was taken.
They are desperate to get back precious pictures on the camera’s memory card of Violet, who was born nine weeks premature, in the neonatal unit at Russells Hall Hospital as well as hundreds taken during a dream family trip to Disneyland to celebrate her recovery and as a treat for big sister Autumn.
Anna left the camera in her daughter Violet’s car seat for a matter of minutes at the end of a 10am service on Sunday August 18.
Anna said: “We are desperate to get the memory card back.
“The majority of the photos we have lost are of our trip to Disneyland Paris where we took Autumn as a reward for being such a good big sister through everything which has happened and all the photos of Violet on the neonatal unit.
“We are not bothered about the camera - it’s just the pictures and the precious memories - we would be really, really grateful if we could get the memory card back.”
Violet was premature as Anna was suffering from HELLP syndrome - a life threatening combined liver and blood clotting disorder that affects pregnant women.
If anyone has the memory card they are asked to return it to the office at Holy Trinity Church.
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