Wedding Planning Community - Wedding News Forums & Blogs
Newlyweds Offering Reward For Stolen Wedding Photos - Full Story On TyingTheKnott.com
Monday, November 21, 2011
Article By: Phillip Brunelle
COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, UTAH — Pennsylvania newlyweds are offering a $1,000 reward for information about their stolen wedding photos. Josh and Jennifer Smith are hoping to get their wedding photos after their wedding photographers camera equipment was stolen from his vehicle in Utah.
The Utah-based photographer, Sean Sullivan, had his photography gear and computer stolen from his truck Friday after he stopped to go fly fishing in Big Cottonwood Canyon.
Wedding photographer Sean Sullivan says the photos of Philadelphia newlyweds, Josh Smith and Jennifer Smith were contained in the computer and camera equipment that was stolen in an alleged smash-and-grab vehicle break-in.
Sean Sullivan says he had flown to Pennsylvania specifically to take the wedding photos and had supplied the couple with only two shots thus far. Sullivan says his debit card also was taken and used at a nearby convenience store soon after the theft.
Police are investigating, but thus far they have no suspects, witnesses or leads in the case. Josh and Jennifer Smith just want their wedding photos, and they are offering $1,000 to anyone with any information that leads to the successful recovery of their pictures. If you have information, you are asked to call the Cottonwood Police Department at (801) 840-4000.
We're interested in hearing what everyone else thinks, please share your opinion in the comment section below by using our Facebook comment section, or Signup Here to join TyingTheKnott.com and comment in the members comments section below.
OTHER ARTICLES TRENDING IN TODAY'S WEDDING NEWS:
Subscribe To TyingTheKnott Wedding News RSS Feed - Subscribe Here