Here is another tragic story. Make sure you take care of your wedding photos!
By Andrew Adams, Deseret News
Published: Friday, Nov. 18, 2011 7:34 p.m. MST
BIG COTTONWOOD CANYON — Pennsylvania newlyweds are out their wedding pictures and a Utah-based wedding photographer is missing his gear, after his truck was burglarized in the canyon.
Now, the couple is offering a $1,000 reward in hopes that their photos can still be recovered.
Photographer Sean Sullivan went fly-fishing in the canyon last week and was gone for just minutes. He said Friday the burglar or burglars broke through a window on the right side of his pickup and took his laptop, external drives, photography equipment and even his debit card.
“I guess we’ve got the memories, but we don’t have the visuals — we don’t have photos of my wife with her mother and her father in her dress,” Josh Smith said from Philadelphia. “We could not have asked for a better day. No complications. You put in all this work. Everything goes perfect. The last possible thing that you would think is that your wedding photography would be stolen.”
“My hope is that we can get these pictures out there and this person can return the stolen goods,” Sullivan said.
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“Newlyweds hope reward helps them recover stolen wedding photos”