RAIDERS WEDDING RINGS– Cally Webster (26) and his husband Adam (50) fell only one month after The Mill Barns in Alveley near Bridgnorth.
Participating Mrs. Webster’s Ring, which cost 3,339 pounds, her wedding ring was $ 299 stolen, as well as memories, such as earring and lipstick she used during her big day.
RAIDERS WEDDING RINGS
Even his laptop, bag, house keys and car keys have been stolen. No car has been taken.
It is believed that the invaders were a curved barbed wire and used the ladder to enter the property’s rental yard at Wrenbury Drive in Wolverhampton before they reached the back door.
The doors could not be closed because they broke several weeks, despite multiple complaints to the owner by couple. The event took place last Thursday.
Webster said: “I was so excited about the wedding but today it’s full of radiation, we’re married for a month, heart is the heart.
“It was the usual night when we were robbed, so I took the rings and put them on the table for cleaning before going to bed.
“When Adam woke up, he went downstairs and found no keys, but I demanded they were in the Swedish table.
“When I came down I did not see it and I noticed that the laptop lost, so I realized what happened.
“I do not even want to be home because I do not feel safe, it is terrible to think that I went to my home when we slept, the car changed to get the tires back.”
Since then, the couple have been restored to locks.
Police Officer West Midlands said: “Police were called on Wrenbury Drive on October 25 in Wolverhampton.
“Suppose someone came to the building through the tailgate and walked through the house and the car before leaving with a laptop, wedding rings, and engagement rings.
“Anyone with information can contact us via live chat via the West Midlands.police.uk 8:00 – 00:00, you can call 101 at any time or contact 0800 555 111 / 248844K / 18