Mother of little girl who died on inflatable trampoline pleads for stolen iPad containing sentimental photos to be returned
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An iPad containing photos of three-year-old girl who died after she was thrown from an inflatable at Gorleston has been stolen.
Ava-May Littleboy from Somersham in Suffolk died at the James Padget University Hospital on July 1 following a tragic accident involving an inflatable trampoline on Gorleston beach.
The iPad containing pictures of her was stolen from her grandmother's car last week.
Chloe Littleboy, Ava-May's mother said she hoped the iPad would be returned.
Speaking on BBC Radio Norfolk Ms Littleboy said: 'I hope they see the pictures that are on there and realise that the little girl in those pictures is no longer here and that the family want that iPad back.
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'Even if they just drop it on the doorstep, nothing will be done, we just want that iPad back.'
Ms Littleboy said the white iPad had a crack in the bottom left corner and a creamy-white case.
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