Plea for stolen watch to be returned

Ramzi of Willetton (Surname with-held).  Seen here with a picture of her late husband wearing the stolen watch.  Ramzi's husband died a year ago. Her house was robbed this week and they stole her husbands watch, which had been in the family for years.
Ramzi of Willetton (Surname with-held). Seen here with a picture of her late husband wearing the stolen watch. Ramzi's husband died a year ago. Her house was robbed this week and they stole her husbands watch, which had been in the family for years.

The mother of two is calling for anyone with information, or for anyone who comes across the watch, to hand it back.

It is a gold Omega watch, with a white face and gold mesh band.

The words ‘to my darling 1971’ is also engraved on the back.

Ramzi said she could not stand the thought of someone selling the family heirloom for $50 or melting it down.

‘We want the watch, we don’t care about the money,’ she said.

‘It’s heartbreaking ” my son’s devastated, I’m devastated, I just hope and pray that someone might have the decency to return it.

‘I lost my husband to quite devastating circumstances and it’s the thing you hold on to, those memories.’

Their younger son, Allan, was given the watch to wear, but he left it on the dresser table the morning the Burrendah Boulevard home was broken into. Anyone with information, is urged to contact the Canning Times on 9234 5038.