Christmas photos delivered to wrong address

SOMEONE is missing some family photos taken as a Christmas gift.

CATHERINE BAXTER shows one of the photos that was delivered by mistake to her address. She hopes the real recipients will be found so they can enjoy the photos of their grandchildren.

SOMEONE is missing some family photos taken as a Christmas gift.

An envelope of photos was mistakenly delivered to Catherine Baxter recently and she hopes the intended recipient of them will recognize them and be able to get them back as they’re beautiful pictures.

“It’s such a shame,” she said, adding that someone will be looking for the photos and will be disappointed if they don’t arrive.

The words “Gramma Baxter” are written on the envelope so she opened it when it arrived in her mail, but she doesn’t know the people in the photos.

She called other people with the same last name of herself and the people in the photo but no one she reached knew anything about the pictures.

They’re such beautiful photos of children and their parents that they need to get to the rightful recipients so they can enjoy them, she said.

The three photos appear to have been taken by a professional photographer and have the names written on the back: “Dalys Mariah Conrad, age 5, and Violet Rose Conrad, 18 months” and “With Love from David, Maureen, Dalys and Violet, Christmas 2011.”

Anyone who recognizes these photos and can identify them can call the Standard.

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