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Car containing camera with pictures of terminally ill son's wedding - weeks before he died - stolen in Upper Denford at the weekend.
A mum from West Berkshire - who's final memories of her son were stolen at the weekend - is making a desperate appeal for help.
Penny from Denford Lane in Upper Denford contacted Heart after her car was stolen - containing the camera with the photos taken before he passed away last month.
Sometime between 7pm on Saturday and 8.15am on Sunday (16/5), offenders stole the blue Mazda RX7, containing a handbag. The engine cut out after a short distance due to the immobiliser and the thieves abandoned the car, taking a handbag. The car was later recovered and returned to the owner.
The handbag contained a mobile phone, keys and a camera containing sentimental photographs.
Here Penny's story by clicking here.
Det Insp Carl Borges said: “The victim is keen to get the memory card that was in the camera back as it contains some irreplaceable photos of her son’s wedding, who sadly passed away days later.
“If anyone has any information that could help us to return this to the victim please contact police”.
Anyone with any information should contact Det Insp Borges via the 24-hour Police Enquiry Centre on 0845 8 505 505. Alternatively, if you do not want to speak to police or leave your name, please contact the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.