A grandfather is offering a cash reward to anyone who can help trace a missing love token he bought for his wife as an anniversary present.
John Hosler gave his wife Diane the silver and gold bangle to celebrate their 37th wedding anniversary in 2011.
But after a trip to Borehamwood and Radlett on Saturday, Mrs Hosler, 64, noticed her bangle was missing.
Mr Hosler said: “It has a huge sentimental value to us. I bought the bracelet for Diane whilst in Oxfordshire – it has two swans intertwined and as swans mate for life I thought it was the perfect gift.
“She's really upset it's missing. We would both be made up to get it back.”
Mr Hosler is determined to get the bangle back before the pair celebrate their 40th anniversary in September.
The pair visited Allum Lane Cemetery in Elstree on Saturday as well as the Cat & Fiddle pub in Radlett and Battlers Green Farm shopping village.
Mr Holser, 62, is offering a £100 reward to anyone who can help trace the thin silver bangle which shows two gold beaked swans with their necks intertwined.
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