The father of a severely disabled girl has begged burglars to return his daughter's 'voice' - after they stole a laptop that is her only way of communicating.
Mark Lawrence and his 13-year-old daughter Celyn were victims of a break-in while they slept at their home in Staple Hill on the outskirts of Bristol.
Police have arrested a man in connection with the theft but they are still working to trace the equipment.
Our reporter Ellie Barker has been to visit to the family.
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