Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Woman appeals for return of photos

A PHOTOGRAPHER is appealing for the return of two laptops and a camera containing family pictures which were stolen by

A PHOTOGRAPHER is appealing for the return of two laptops and a camera containing family pictures which were stolen by burglars.

Giuliana Morello’s home in Greys Hill, Henley, was broken into on the evening of January 26.

The intruder climbed through a sash window at the front of the house between 6.20pm and 7.10pm.

Ms Morello, 43, was out selling copies of a calendar she has made to raise money for charities helping women victims of crime.

She said: “The laptops don’t work properly and they have some work that I need from them. The memory card in the camera has pictures of my parents who visited me for Christmas and New Year and also to celebrate my birthday.

“My parents are elderly and don’t have a lot of free money to be able to visit me. The last time I saw them for Christmas was three years ago.”

Police said a man was seen standing on the doorstep of the property before the burglary. He was in his Fifties, about 4ft 8in and bald and was wearing dark-coloured clothing.

If you have any information, call the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number of 101.

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