Appeal to reunite Suki, two, with missing scooter

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The mother of a two-year-girl has made a desperate plea for help in finding her daughter’s lost scooter.

Holly Hilder said her daughter Suki Keep has been left “devastated” after being separated from her pink mini micro scooter.

Miss Hilder said Suki had enjoyed a walk across Sudbury’s water meadows with her sister Rainbow, five, and brother Oscar, eight, on Sunday.

The family stopped to feed the ducks at The Croft at around 2pm, accidently leaving the scooter behind.

“We just got in the car and drove off without realising,” said Miss Hilder, from The Street in Middleton. “Suki loves that scooter and is very upset it has gone missing.”

Miss Hilder said she was hoping someone who had picked up the scooter, which cost around £50, would get in touch.

“Every time we go out for a walk, she asks where her scooter is,” she added.

“It is special to her because it was handed down by her older sister and she looks up to her.”

The scooter has an orange brake and rainbow strap on the handle bars. If you can help, call the Free Press on 01787 886908.