A young married couple, whose wedding photographs were in a memory card in a stolen camera, have issued a plea to the public to help them find their treasured pictures.
A YOUNG married couple, whose wedding photographs were in a memory card in a stolen camera, have issued a plea to the public to help them find their treasured pictures.
The couple, who recently got married in West Cork, issued the plea on the bride’s Facebook page this week.
Bride Charlotte O’Leary said all the pictures from her ‘big day’ with Anthony Hurley were now missing and asked people to share the post in the hope that someone might know something.
The items were in the wedding photographer’s car which was parked at the Celtic Ross Hotel in Rosscarbery on the night of the wedding.
The grey Volkswagen Golf estate was broken into on the morning of September 9th between midnight and 5am, and equipment to the value of €2,500 was taken.
This included a Canon 70D black camera, valued at €900, and various high quality lenses.
Two rear lights on the car were also taken, and access to the car was made via a rear passenger window.
Writing on her Facebook page this week, Charlotte said: ‘Just putting out a plea to everyone … all our photos from our big day were on these cameras and we would be grateful if anyone could help us trying to get them back!’
She added that ‘even the memory cards from the cameras would be massive! These photos are the memories of our special day so if anyone has any information please help!’