Dorset Police Help Blind Author

Dorset police have managed to recover 26 pages of a novel written by a blind author - who didn't realise her pen had run out of ink.

A blind author's thanked Dorset police - after they recovered part of a novel she'd written without knowing her pen had run out.

Trish Vickers from Charmouth was devastated when her son told her 26 pages were blank.

A forensic expert used special lighting to read the words. it took five months and they did it all in their spare time.

Trish tells Heart they asked police as a last resort, but were so pleased they could help.