Merseyside mum speaks of heartbreak as thieves steal handbag manufactured with precious lock of hair
The heartbroken mum of a schoolgirl who died from an epileptic seizure revealed her despair after thieves stole a lock of her little girl's hair.
Four years old emma jones died in her bed hours after her mum kissed her goodnight.
Troubled mum nikki goode from birkenhead urged thieves who stole her handbag to return the precious lock of hair that helped her keep emma's memory alive.
Brave emma battled dravet malady, a rare style epilepsy, during the course of her short life.
The complaint left her open to seizures, that would vary from outbreaks of twitching to her stopping breathing.
Paying tribute to her little, who passed on on june 17, nikki said emma's complaint never held her back: "She was a highly, happy, determined young daughter.She knew what she wanted and would typically get it.
"She had several she could not do and her development was delayed.At four years old she had your production age of a two year old.
"But this hadn't stop her at all, she was still very happy to be artistic and so happy it was very difficult to tell her off,
The stanley school pupil a break down seizure last september, which left her blind and incapable of walk or talk.Yet she defied doctors' requirements and regained her sight, speech and capto be able to walk.
But last month emma Pandora Charms
lost her fight for survival when she a break down seizure in her bed.
And just days after her son's death nikki, 23, was being at her sister's home in tranmere when thieves broke in and stole her handbag.
Although nikki's purse was not in the bag there was a precious picture book chronicling emma's life.With the album was a lock of emma's hair carefully engrossed in purple tissue and a white drawstring bag.
Nikki announced: "It's a bit my daughter the only piece i had left.
"One of the http://www.kelliewinnell.com.au/pandora-charms.html
better whoever has taken it, whoever arrived to my sister's house, one of the better them to drop the bag off at a police station.
"They don't really need to say who they are, or where they thought it was, all i want is to be back.
"The pandora bracelet inside come again but i can't get those photos back.
"I can't get that last piece of my daughter back and it breaks my heart to have some understanding of my daughter could be lying in a bin or in someone's living room, or that it's not being sorted or cared for,
"It's my planet, it's the only way i have left of my little girl,
The burglary was on june 28 and nikki's river island bag was black with gold studs somewhere and diamond stitching.
Detective inspector mark tivendale needed the lock of hair to be posted or handed in to a police station.He explained: "The items of expressive value in the handbag simply can't be replaced and the victim, already grieving for her child, is thinking indicates traumatised by her loss,
Call law enforcement officials on 0151 http://www.kelliewinnell.com.au/
777 2265 or crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 with truth.
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