Police search for newlyweds after wedding pictures found on stolen iPod

November 21, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

Police are searching for two newlyweds after finding their wedding day pictures on a stolen iPod.

The white iPod nano was recovered by police after it was stolen from a house in Hillingdon, London, by burglars earlier this year.

But they have no idea who the happy couple are and Detective Sergeant Charlie Cairns is seeking to reunite them with the missing portraits.

The two newlyweds whose wedding pictures were found on a stolen iPod police are now trying to trace

The two newlyweds whose wedding pictures were found on a stolen iPod police are now trying to trace

A white iPod nano similar to the one on which police recovered after a burglary in Hillingdon, London

A white iPod nano similar to the one on which police recovered after a burglary in Hillingdon, London

DS Cairns, of the Metropolitan Police, said: “We’d really like to give back the pictures to the people they belong to.

“Somewhere there’s somebody who’s missing a set of wedding pictures, which no doubt they’re upset about.

“We’ve tried tracing the back the item to the property it may have come from but we just can’t find it.”

Bridesmaids and maids of honour pose with the bride

Bridesmaids and maids of honour pose with the bride

The wedding guests at the country house which is believed to be in London

The wedding guests at the country house which is believed to be in London

The iPod was recovered from a haul of stolen goods and police sifted through the images to try and return the item.

It includes a black and white picture of the newlyweds exchanging vows moments before they kiss.

There is also a shot of the bride alongside nine women, believed to be her bridesmaids and maids of honour.

Another image shows the entire party gathering on the lawn outside a country home.

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