Wed­ding pho­to­graphs found

Auckland City Harbour News - - News -

A cou­ple’s wed­ding mem­o­ries are wait­ing to be col­lected at the Avon­dale po­lice sta­tion.

An album filled with wed­ding pic­tures of a young Ja­panese cou­ple was found by a mem­ber of the pub­lic in the fore­court of the Water­view BP ser­vice sta­tion at the end of March.

Se­nior con­sta­ble Pierre Hawaiki­rangi says it is in per­fect con­di­tion.

“It is beau­ti­ful. They’ve spent a lot of money.”

He es­ti­mates the album and pho­tos are worth about $2000 and were taken around the Joseph Sav­age Me­mo­rial, Bas­tion Pt and Orakei.

The pho­to­graphs are A4 size with dec­o­ra­tive frames.

In some, the cou­ple are posed with a Rolls Royce car, but its owner says he has no record of be­ing in­volved in the wed­ding, Mr Hawaiki­rangi says.

“It ap­pears the car was su­per­im­posed on the photo.”

The pho­tog­ra­pher is con­nected with an out­fit called Cheeze Photo or Pro­fes­sional Cheeze Photo World.

Mr Hawaiki­rangi says the cou­ple may have been tourists and left the coun­try but the fact the album was found lo­cally in­di­cates they might live in the area.

Call Mr Hawaiki­rangi on 820-5710.

Lost mem­o­ries: One of the pho­tos from the album found at the Water­view BP ser­vice sta­tion.

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