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A stolen camera and memories returned

Updated: Sunday, August 31 2014, 08:31 PM MDT
A stolen camera and memories returned    story image
By: Krista Garvin
CNN- A year after a very special camera was stolen, a husband was reunited with memories of his wife.

The California man lost his wife to cancer and weeks later, someone burglarized their home.

Now, a year later, detectives nabbed the burglars and in their possession, they found an old camera.

The detectives found out this was more than just a camera.

It held pictures of the last moments the couple spent together.

The man says he never backed up any of the pictures before the
was stolen and that he is so thankful for the effort police made
to give it back.A stolen camera and memories returned
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