Founders of a charity centre in Leeds, which was ransacked by thieves have thanked the public after being overwhelmed with donations and offers of help.
The Charlie's Angel Centre Foundation was established in 2013 to help bereaved parents. It was set up by Ruth Curtis and her family after her grandson Charlie died just 19 minutes after he was born.
In July thanks to fundraising and public donations, a new centre was opened in Beeston in Leeds. Less than five months later it had been broken into with thousands of pounds worth of equipment stolen. Katie Oscroft reports.