Mum’s desperate plea for return of missing blanket
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The mum of a newborn baby is asking for help to find a special blanket which has been lost in St Albans.
They were out in Fleetville on Tuesday, March 3 when she realised the blanket had disappeared.
Friend of the family Sarah Heng said: "The blanket is unique - handmade especially for her.
"Luckily someone contacted my friend on social media to say she had seen the blanket in Morrison's car park yesterday early afternoon and saw a man pick it up.
"It is thought that somebody took it into the store or placed it on a trolly.
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"Despite our best efforts visiting the store and searching ourselves, we still cannot track it down.
"This blanket has great sentimental value."
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