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Fisherman's Friends' Trevor Grills' missing grave marker appeal

Trevor Grills
Image caption Trevor Grills suffered critical injuries when he was hit by a falling metal door

The wife of a singer killed in an accident at a music venue has appealed for his grave marker to be returned.

Fisherman's Friends singer Trevor Grills, 54, from Port Isaac, in Cornwall, died in February.

His wife, Lesley, posted on the social networking site, Facebook, that the temporary marker was missing.

In the post, she said: "If you have taken the grave marker and the little wooden heart on ribbon please return it quickly."

She added that there were "some sick people in this world" and the family were hurt by what had happened.

Mr Grills' private funeral was held at St Endellion Church near Port Isaac last month.

He suffered critical injuries when he was hit by a falling metal door at G Live in Guildford, Surrey, on 9 February.

Tour manager Paul McMullen, 44, from Disley in Cheshire, also died in the incident.

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