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Minster mum Katie Baldwin's devastation after wedding dress stolen from Parish Road home

15 April 2014
by Emma Grove

A devastated mother is hoping to be reunited with her wedding dress and other sentimental items stolen from her Minster home.

The full-length ivory gown, jewellery including silver s-shaped Swarovski earrings, a matching necklace and a silver tiara were taken from her house in Parish Road.

A child's white iPad and a black Hewlett Packard laptop were also pinched.

Katie Baldwin's wedding dress and jewellery have been stolen from her Minster home

Katie Baldwin's wedding dress and jewellery have been stolen from her Minster home

They belonged to 29-year-old Katie Baldwin, who got married in July 2012, who would like them back due to their sentimental value.

"I'm devastated all my wedding jewellery and dress have been taken," she said. "I was hoping to pass some of the items down to my daughter and I won't be able to do that now.

"Please, if you know anything, contact the police."

The full-length ivory wedding gown was stolen in a raid

The full-length ivory wedding gown was stolen in a raid

PC Gemma Windley urged anyone offered similar items for sale to phone police after the robbery, between 12.30pm and 9.15pm on Friday.

Three men - aged 19 and 53 from Sheerness and aged 25 from London - have been arrested in connection with the incident and bailed to Wednesday, June 25.

Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to phone PC Windley on 101, quoting reference XY/12864/14.

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