Published: 10:00, 16 July 2014
A heavily pregnant woman is appealing for the return of crucial pregnancy notes - after her fiancé left them on top of their car in Deal.
Karl McKeown put Wendy King's medical paperwork - along with a Samsung tablet containing recordings of his grandfather talking about his war experiences - on the roof while strapping in his niece as they left for a hospital appointment.
They are particularly crucial after the 30-year-old, whose pregnancy is described as "complicated", lost a child during birth two years ago.
The couple left Mr McKeown's mother's house in Redsull Avenue, driving along Pilots Avenue and Manor Road and then turning left on to London Road, past St Leonard’s Church, towards Sandwich.
Mr McKeown said: "We found one appointment note near St Leonard's Church which makes us think it was around there that they fell off."
"I've had so many scans because of my case and the notes contain crucial information due to the loss of our first child..." - Wendy King
The notes were kept in a white frosted sleeve with a few loose papers.
Miss King, 30, of Rectory Road is 36 weeks' pregnant and describes her pregnancy as "complicated" after she lost a child during birth in August 2012.
She said: "I've had so many scans because of my case and the notes contain crucial information due to the loss of our first child.
"QEQM have said they'd be able to replace some of my notes, but not all."
With only four weeks to go until her due date, the couple are desperate to recover the items - especially the notes - and are offering a reward upon their return.
If you have found any of the items - lost at about 4pm last Monday - phone Wendy King on 07588 098219.
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