Bur­glars take Tar­ryn’s ir­re­place­able me­men­toes

Central Leader - - Front Page - By Janie Smith

The cal­lous theft of an heir­loom ring and a charm bracelet has left Tar­ryn Camp­bell dev­as­tated.

Thieves even took the vin­tage brooch and ear­rings she wore on her wed­ding day last year, along with her grand­mother’s di­a­mond en­gage­ment ring and a charm bracelet she has had for 20 years.

Her wed­ding al­bum was found in a rub­bish bin in Pa­p­a­toe­toe.

It had the wed­ding in­vi­ta­tion in the front with her phone num­ber on it and the per­son who found it, along with an­other hol­i­day al­bum and the cou­ple’s pass­ports, was able to con­tact her.

Mrs Camp­bell got a call from her neigh­bours last Wed­nes­day when they no­ticed her front door had been kicked in and she came home to dis­cover the Hills­bor­ough house in a mess and valu­ables gone.

Mrs Camp­bell is of­fer­ing a re­ward for the re­turn of the ring and charm bracelet. Any­one want­ing to re­turn the jew­ellery and claim the re­ward can con­tact her on 021-717-057 or by email at tar­ryn_n@ya hoo.com. The Avon­dale po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing, con­tact the

Photo: JA­SON OX­EN­HAM

Mem­o­ries taken: Tar­ryn Camp­bell is up­set thieves have taken her charm bracelet and her grand­mother’s en­gage­ment ring.

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