Mum 'keen to get stolen memory card back'10 June 2011 14:16:43
A Haverhill mum has emphasised how much she wants to get a memory card full of family pictures back, after a thief took her Panasonic Lumix camera.
The Bury Free Press has reported that Hazel Dawkins' camera and purse were both stolen during a recent visit she made to a Bury St Edmunds leisure centre.
Speaking to the news provider, Ms Dawkins highlighted the fact that the loss of the money is less of an issue, compared to the memories contained on the camera and memory card.
She stated: "I wouldn't mind if the person kept the camera and just handed in the memory card ... It is the camera and the family photos that are important to me."
Ms Dawkins had gone to the leisure centre because of an activity day which was being attended by Olivia, her disabled youngster who has Down's syndrome.
The Halstead Gazette also recently reported that a man who was supporting the Halstead in Bloom initiative was asking for a stolen camera memory card to be given back to him.
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