Lillington woman's 'only WWII wedding photo' stolen
Kyo García Kusanagi
Jun. 06, 2020
A woman in her 90s has had the only photo of her wedding, which took place during World War Two, stolen.
The picture was inside a black purse which was taken during a burglary in the Stockton Grove area of Lillington in Warwickshire.
Officers said it was among items of "great sentimental value", including a photo of a woman in a RAF uniform and a handwritten note, in the stolen purse.
The burglary was believed to have happened overnight on Saturday 30 May.
The purse, which had two zip compartments, also contained money and cards.
Anyone with any information was asked to call Warwickshire Police.
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