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Cyril Osment appeals for return of lost nose

6 September 2013 Last updated at 16:51 BST

A man who lost his artificial nose while on a visit to his dentist has appealed for its safe return.

Cyril Osment, of Alweston, Dorset, noticed the prosthesis was missing when he returned home from the trip to the dentist in his car on Monday.

The retired newsagent, 83, had his nose removed last year because of cancer. The silicone replacement had been held in place by magnets.

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