Hannah's reward for stolen photos
PUBLISHED: 17:00 16 July 2011
A 'DEVASTATED' granddaughter is offering a reward for the only photos of her dead grandfather after they were stolen from her shop in Weston.
Penguin Prints in Baker Street was broken into and thieves took a haul of equipment from the shop.
Three laptops, hundreds of pounds in cash, a digital camera and a LCD television was taken.
Owner Hannah Dunn says the only photos of her granddad who passed away in 2009 were on two of the three laptops that were stolen.
Hannah, aged 20, said: “It is the photos I want back.
“It has got all my granddad’s pictures and things like that on there.
“There is personal stuff as well as work stuff and that is the hardest thing to loose because I haven’t got those pictures any more.
“I am completely devastated that my photos have gone.”
Hannah began the business in March this year with her boyfriend John Willis, aged 19, the manager of the shop.
Although the business will suffer financially, the photos are what he wants to see come back.
He said: “She has no photos of her granddad. We are not even as bothered about the design work that has gone, because insurance should help us.
“I know the thing that upsets her is the two laptops that had pictures of her granddad and personal stuff which can not be replaced.”
On the laptops, stolen in the theft on June 28, were designs submitted to the business by customers which cannot be retrieved because the back-up drives were also taken.
John and Hannah are offering a £100 reward if anyone brings both laptops to them. They are a red and a black and white Dell laptop. For more details ring 07557 009988.