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Solihull newly-weds' photo theft heartache

Photo of the newly weds taken by a friend
Image caption Mr and Mrs Belcher have not seen their official wedding photographs

A newly married couple from the West Midlands have had their official wedding photographs stolen during a break-in at their photographer's home.

Dawn Molina-Bagley's home in West Bromwich was broken into between 19:15 GMT and 23:00 GMT on Wednesday.

Among the stolen photographic items was the memory card used during Adam and Donna Belcher's wedding on Saturday.

Mrs Molina-Bagley has urged the burglar to return the memory card with the couple's irreplaceable pictures on it.

She said: "I feel so sorry for the couple as they haven't even had a chance to see their photos, which must be really upsetting for them.

"It is not the kind of thing that you can replace, and my heart goes out to them.

"I only hope that the person who has now got the camera examines their conscience and hands in the memory card so that I can still deliver the photos they were expecting from their big day."

The couple were married on Saturday at Solihull Register Office.

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