Upset Doncaster mum appeals for return of lost phone packed with holiday photos

An upset Doncaster mum has launched an appeal to find a phone packed with family holiday photos.

Thursday, 7th March 2019, 7:16 am
Updated Thursday, 7th March 2019, 7:23 am
Janine Levers (left) has appealed for the return of her phone which contains family photos of a trip to Lapland with her daughters Megan and Rachel.

Mexborough mum Janine Levers lost her mobile on a night out in Doncaster – and is hoping a kind-hearted citizen will hand back the phone which is full of pictures of a recent family holiday to Lapland.

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Janine Levers (left) has appealed for the return of her phone which contains family photos of a trip to Lapland with her daughters Megan and Rachel.

She said: “I desperately need it back because the photos I have on it are probably the last holiday I will have with my daughters – they are too old now - so they mean the world to me.”

Mrs Levers believes the phone – a blue Huawei PSmart – was lost at either the Flares pub on Hallgate or the Alpha minicabs offices on Princes Street on Saturday night.

She added: “Alpha say they haven't got it and Flares aren't answering my phone calls or emails.

She added: I'm not a phone addict like some people, the only thing that bothers me is losing all my holiday photos, memories I can't get back.”

Anyone with information can contact us at darren.burke@jpimedia.co.uk and we will pass details on.