Reward offered for return of locket lost in Chislehurst

PUBLISHED: 12:00 24 July 2014 | UPDATED: 12:29 24 July 2014

A family desperate for the return of a locket with “enormous sentimental value” are offering £100 for its return.

Tony Fraser and his wife Thelma were staying in Chislehurst prior to their son Daniel’s wedding at Sundridge Park Manor on June 28.

On June 26, the two families met for a meal at Zizzi on the High Street, Chislehurst, at 8pm.

Tony believes that somewhere between the Bull’s Head and Zizzi, he lost his wife’s Links of London silver heart locket.

Although he retraced his steps in an attempt to find it, he had no luck and is desperately hoping that someone has found the locket and is keeping it safe.

The “irreplacable” locket is no longer sold at the store, and it is set with three small gold hearts to represent each of the couple’s sons.

Have you seen the locket? Please email with any information.

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