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Does this belong to you? Appeal for owner of cherished photo

The Bray People newspaper are eager to track down the owner and return the photograph.

AN APPEAL has been issued to try and reunite an old black and white photo with its owner.

The photo, which looks pretty special and could be a cherished family photograph to someone, was dropped by a woman, believed to be Polish, and handed into a nearby Centra Store in Bray, County Wicklow.

A local newspaper, The Bray People, are eager to track down the owner and return the photograph.

Written on the back is a name, which it is believed to spell: Tadek Parużyński.

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