Woman appeals to public after losing ‘sentimental’ digital camera on day-trip to Ely

A Panasonic Lumix digital camera.

A Panasonic Lumix digital camera. - Credit: Archant

A keen photographer is appealing for people in Ely to keep an eye out for her digital camera which she lost on a day-trip to the city.

Hazel Bolter, who lives in Gloucestershire, was visiting her son on Tuesday October 23, and decided to stop by at Ely Cathedral to take a few snaps.

She then returned home and realized her camera was no longer with her.

She said: “The camera was bought for me by my son, so it has a lot of sentimental value.

“We were inside the cathedral at around 1pm, came outside to take a few pictures, popped back inside and then left.

“I didn’t actually realise it was gone until Saturday (October 29).”

Mrs Bolter believes she lost the camera, which is a Panasonic Lumix in a red carry case, between 1.15pm and 2.30pm on Tuesday October 23.

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If you have any information on the whereabouts of the camera, call Mrs Bolter on 01453 755849.

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