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Woman Seeks Owner of Camera Card Filled With Wedding Photos Found Near World Trade Center

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    A woman is asking for help returning a camera memory card filled with priceless wedding and family photos to its rightful owners after finding the chip on a street near the World Trade Center. Roseanne Colletti reports (Published Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016)

    A woman is asking for help returning a camera memory card filled with priceless wedding and family photos to its rightful owners after finding the chip on a street near the World Trade Center.

    Tammy Tozer and her husband were walking in the Financial District on Oct. 14 when they came across the SD card, Tozer told NBC 4 New York. 

    The couple visiting from Cape May County had stopped a couple blocks away from the One World Trade Center to watch a fire truck pull out of the station. Tozer's husband spotted the SD card as they crossed the street and she ran back to pick it up for safekeeping.

    When they got home, Tozer checked the card, which turned out to be full of wedding and family vacation photos. She searched the SD card’s properties hoping to find names, but couldn’t find anything identifying the owners.

    Tozer turned to NBC 4 New York for help, hoping to reunite the rightful owners with their treasured memories.

    If you believe you know the owners of these photos, please contact tips@nbcnewyork.com.

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