An 80-year-old poppy seller is appealing for the return of his precious naval memories after a break-in at his Norfolk home.
Christopher Woollands served on Christmas Island during the Atomic tests of 1957.
Photographs of the tests were among the memories contained in an album which was taken from his home at Reedham.
Christopher Woollands is the Treasurer of the Acle Branch of the Royal British Legion.
As well as taking the album full of pictures from his time in the Navy the thieves took more than £300 which he had collected for a Christmas event being organised by the Legion
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The break-in happened sometime between 10am on Saturday 4 November and 11am on Monday 6 November.
The album containing the treasured memories is from China and has a black shellac cover.
Anyone with information should contact Norfolk Police on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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