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IN People ON 06 Sep, 2016
The pain of losing a loved one is something that we can't get over soon. Believe me; it is hard not to feel the presence, the smile, the happiness that your loved one gave you. It is difficult to come out of that sadness as all we are left with at that time is only 'Memories'. But what if you lose those some memories too? The pain only increases, and we dwell down into an ocean of grief!
Same happened with Dave Lacey, who was devastated when he lost the only epitome of his wife's love- his camera!
Read more below.
After two years, Dave Lacey is happy again because he just found the camera which he lost long ago. Surprised about how could a camera give him his smile back? The camera was very important to him and he had all his emotions attached to it as it had all the memories of his wife whom he lost two years back.
Dave captured many pictures in this camera which were taken away during a burglary. Over 300 photographs were snapped by him of his beloved wife and many precious moments which meant the life to Dave. All photographs were recovered.
Dave got married to his wife Erica, whom he loved like crazy. He hardly started his beautiful married life. His wife suffered from Lymphoma. She soon died when she was 30. But Dave says she was a woman with great vigour and was very brave.
Dave was desperate to find that camera as it had their wedding photos too. They were really worthy to Dave as they were the last memories with his beloved wife.
The Police caught the burglar with the aid of a computer that had been stolen. They accidentally found Dave's camera but had no way of tracking the real owner of it.
Police had found the suspect and he was imprisoned but they still had no clue of who the owner of that camera was!
To find clues to actually trace the owner of the camera the police started to dig deep into the matter. They looked through the camera to find clues, hints any major locations or places. Suddenly one officer recognized a tree in one of the photos and went to that particular area. Eventually, the place was Dave's and they handed back the camera to him.
We all love happy endings. Don't we?
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