Mum's appeal: 'I've lost part of my baby's life'

PUBLISHED: 08:48 27 August 2008 | UPDATED: 22:15 15 June 2010

A YOUNG mum is appealing for help to trace a digital camera, which she lost on her way to Honiton Community Hospital.

A YOUNG mum is appealing for help to trace a digital camera, which she lost on her way to Honiton Community Hospital.Emma Marks, of Millhead Road, believes the slim, black Casio camera fell out of her baby's buggy as she walked along a footpath near the railway line, en-route to the last meeting of a mother and baby group which met in the Jerrard Wing."Ordinarily, I wouldn't worry too much about the camera, but I had photos of our baby girl in her early weeks and with her great grandparents, who we rarely see, and they are irreplaceable," Mrs Marks told the Herald. "I am pleading for anybody who finds the camera to return it - or, at the very least, the memory card."The camera was in a black case, with Velcro fastening, when it was lost - somewhere between Sidmouth Road, Rosemount Lane and Marlpits Lane.Finders can leave the camera or its memory card at Honiton police station.


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