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Just a day before she was not seen, Stephanie Scott, a high school teacher, had gone on a shopping tour to purchase a brand new pair of swimmers as well as some sunscreen. It was Saturday, just a week to the day before the twenty six year old resident of NSW Riverina town was set to tie the knot with her partner Aaron Leeson-Woolley, and Stephanie was shopping in readying for their ten day honeymoon to Tahiti.
Speaking a local media, Stephanie’s sister Robyn told that she spoke to her on that Saturday evening, and she was over the moon, she was very excited. She had been to Griffith that day shopping and getting ready for the honeymoon. They spoke about how this time next week she would be married.
There was just no clue. There is nothing that they are really aware of; she just has not been seen since Sunday. Her sister Kim reached out on her FB page, asking people to join the hunt. Continue reading 'Teacher missing a week before her marriage'»
On Thursday, in the midst of a lunch-hour rush, Brette Ellis broke from serving customers and making coffee at Parsonage Café to open a mystic envelope. As she took out her wedding ring from the envelope, she was totally in disbelief. The family heirloom, around two-hundred years old, had been stolen from her Victoria hone around a month ago.
As tear streamed down her face, Ellis told that she just could not believe this. The regulars at the restaurant cheered: “Hip hip hooray!”
The wedding ring was handed by mail to Times Colonist earlier on Thursday morning along with a note which said: “I believe this is the ring from the paper. Please make sure it gets back to the family. Thank you.” Continue reading 'Stolen wedding band returned through mail delivery'»