Two girls from North Somerset have been praised for reuniting a family with lost sentimental items - after finding them in a forest.
The sisters, 11-year-old Jemima Hamblin and 10-year-old Lulu Hamblin, were walking through woodland with their parents in Clevedon when they stumbled upon a safe.
Initially thinking they would find some chocolate coins, inside the girls actually found commemorative coins and children’s keepsakes, as well as passports, birth certificates and bank cards.
The family called the police, who were able to track down who the safe belonged to.
It had been stolen from a family in Nailsea, less than a fortnight before Christmas last year.
PC Caleb Ford and PC Jessica Dellenty handed back the safe and its contents to its rightful owners on the same day it was found.
Jemima and Lulu's parents were full of pride for their daughters reuniting the treasure with the family who it had been stolen from.
I’m very proud of my two girls.
The police echoed Emily's pride, saying the family were 'delighted' to have their 'irreplaceable' possessions home safely.
Many of the items were irreplaceable.
Police are still appealing for information relating to the original burglary, and anyone with information is asked to report it online and give crime reference number 5219288095.