APPEAL TO FIND COUPLE IN PHOTO ON LOST CAMERA

A Crewkerne woman has launched an appeal to find the couple who lost their camera, while possibly on holiday in Cornwall. The camera was found on a bench in the tiny fishing village of Mousehole on Friday May 26th by Ann Cossins. Ann, who was on holiday in the West Cornwall area, has brought the camera back with her to Crewkerne, after repeated attempts to report the lost property to Police failed.

Ann said: “It has 349 photos on it, which we assume are holiday snaps. We are not saying what the make and model of the camera is, as we want the owners to identify it.” The photograph accompanying the appeal, is of a smiling man and woman inside what maybe the costume gallery at the Helston Museum or somewhere else in Cornwall, that holds similar exhibits. It may have been taken by a museum steward. Do you recognise the two people?

For those who find lost property in Devon and Cornwall, the Police offer an online contact form on Ask NED. NED stands for Non-Emergency Directory and can be accessed on the internet. Not very helpful for those on holiday without access to the internet but a report can still be logged on the website, when they have returned home. Ann Cossins is hoping that someone will know the two people in the photograph, so that the camera can be returned to its owner.

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