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Tuesday 11 December 2012 Updated: 12/12 15:56
A COUPLE due to get married next March have had their wedding gifts and honeymoon fund stolen.
The gifts intended for their bridesmaids, best man and members of their family were taken when their home in Ashby Close in Willenhall.
Thieves ransacked the house and also took jewellery and a large amount of cash from a money box.
PC Nikki Morris said: "These would be useless to anyone else, but of course were destined to be keepsakes of the couple's big day.
"We would also like to hear from anyone who has been offered any items for sale are obviously wedding gifts."
The items stolen include seven sets of silver square cuff links, with either groom, best man, usher, father of the bride, father of the groom on one cufflink and the date and person's name on the other.
Also taken were two silver heart pendants in presentation boxes, a silver photo frame and champagne glasses.
The burglary took place on Friday, November 23.
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