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Anel Jansen van Rensburg found a camera containing a family enjoying a lovely trip and she is hoping to reunite it with the family soonest.


Koëlbay, South Africa (31 August 2020) – Imagine misplacing a camera that contains all the photos of your lovely day out or a first family holiday? We would be heartbroken. Sadly, this is the reality for one family.

A family left their camera behind at Koëlbay in the Western Cape. Thankfully, Anel Jansen van Rensburg found the camera and is desperately trying to reunite it with the rightful family.

“Helpppp!!! PLEASE!! These people have their entire holiday captured on this camera! We picked it up in Koëlbay yesterday and we would LOVE to help them save their precious memories.”

Anel has created a Facebook post that she hopes reaches the family so they know to contact her. If you know the man in the photos below, have him reach out to Anel via her inbox on Facebook.

The camera was placed inside a pink and grey embroided purse. The photos on the camera are dated the 30th of August 2020 so the camera was misplaced the same day Anel found it.

Anel has shared the image of the father’s face so people can help identify him. If this man is you, or you know him, reach out to Anel here.

Sources: Anel Jansen van Rensburg 
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