Bride's handmade engagement ring is stolen - during her wedding!

Published Thursday, Jun 12 2014, 18:00 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Your wedding day should be full of joy, so we were shocked to hear about one bride whose engagement ring was stolen on her big day!

As Caroline Marshall was saying her vows to James Granshaw, a handbag, which contained her precious jewellery, was nicked from the church in Wisborough Green, West Sussex.

Sapphire ring

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Understandably, new bride Caroline, 32, was devastated to learn that the handmade sparkler - worth £6,000 - had vanished.

The sapphire and diamond encrusted platinum band had been designed especially for her by James, 29.

Also in the bag was a iPhone, which the couple tracked for a couple of hours, which indicated that the culprit was travelling towards Brighton, where he may be trying to sell on the ring.

Mervyn Granshaw, James' dad, told The Sun: "It is just appalling to do this to a bride on her wedding day. To steal a bride's ring from a church – how low can you go?"

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