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Appeal for Return of Baby Photos
11:54am 5th September 2011
(Updated 11:54am 5th September 2011)
A grieving Cornish mum appeals for the return of photos of her daughter.
Teresa Cottle from Illogan Highway lost her baby girl three months ago.
Yesterday she released balloons in her memory at Godrevy, each one with a special message to be carried up to heaven.
But when the release had been completed, the camera had disappeared.
She is hoping someone has still got the memory card safe.
She told Pirate FM, "The camera isn't so important but the memory card has all the photos of Amelia when she was born and her christening. We would really like to have the memory card back if anyone has found it."
If you can help, please call the Pirate FM Studio on 01209 313900.11:54am 5th September 2011
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