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Can you help find the owner of this locket?

The locket found at Cromer Bus Station. Picture: JOY DENNING

The locket found at Cromer Bus Station. Picture: JOY DENNING

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It is undoubtedly someone’s treasured possession, but it was unfortunately parted from its owner during a journey.

The locket found at Cromer Bus Station. Picture: JOY DENNINGThe locket found at Cromer Bus Station. Picture: JOY DENNING

And now the search is on to find the owner of a silver heart-shaped locket with a photo that shows what seems to be a dad and his two sons on one side and the inscription ‘my boys’ on the other.

Joy Denning, of Cromer, found the piece of jewellery next to a bench at the town’s bus station on Monday, January 28, at around 9.30am.

Mrs Denning said: “We were sitting on the seat in the bus station and I found it on the floor.

“It’s not a tiny thing, and it looks like it broke off a chain. I would think they would be missing it.

“It just has a picture of three boys on one side and on the other there’s an engraving saying ‘my boys’.”

Mrs Denning said anyone who could help reunite the locket with its owner could get in touch with her by email joydenning@yahoo.co.uk.


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