Young mum's desperate Ottery appeal over lost phone

PUBLISHED: 12:45 13 October 2009 | UPDATED: 10:37 18 June 2010

A YOUNG mum has made a desperate appeal for help to find a mobile phone lost in Ottery last week.

A YOUNG mum has made a desperate appeal for help to find a mobile phone lost in Ottery last week.

Roz Loosemore, 20, of Dunkeswell, lost the black Sony Ericsson C950, with a dongle attached, in Silver Street, Ottery St Mary, at around 5.30pm last Thursday (October 1).

She believes she may have dropped it somewhere between Lloyds TSB and Halls estate agent.

The phone contained irreplaceable photographs of her young baby and she is desperate to get the memory card back.

"I am willing to pay a substantial reward," she said.

"It contains my most treasured memories. They are irreplaceable."

Roz stressed: "Who ever has got the phone can keep it. I just want the memory card."

If you can help, call Roz on (01404) 891832.


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