A devastated mum whose three-year-old daughter was killed in a freak accident has appealed to callous thieves to return an iPad containing precious pictures of her.
Ava-May Littleboy died from severe head injuries after she was thrown from an ‘exploding’ inflatable trampoline at Gorleston beach in Norfolk in July.
And last week an iPad which had a picture of the toddler as its background was stolen from her grandmother’s car.
Ava’s mum Chloe Littleboy said she hoped the thief would remorsefully return the item.
She said: "The iPad has got pictures of my young daughter that none of us have on our phones.
"On the home screen is a picture of my daughter.
"I hope they see the pictures and realise the little girl is no longer here, and the family want that iPad back.
"We just want it back."
Ava-May, who was visiting Gorleston beach with her family, was seen rocketing into the air after witnesses heard the sound of an ‘explosion’.
At the time, her family paid tribute to the little girl, saying in a statement: "She was not your ordinary little girl, as anyone she met, she would leave a lasting impression on.
"Anyone that met her would not want to forget her.
"Her infectious laugh and smile could light up even the darkest of rooms."
A man and a woman in their 40s, from Great Yarmouth, were arrested on suspicion of gross negligence manslaughter in relation to Ava-May’s death and released under investigation.
The grief-stricken mum, whose car was also broken into at the same property, said the white iPad has a crack in the bottom left corner and a creamy-white case.
Suffolk Police said the theft happened in Somersham sometime between 3pm on Tuesday, August 14, and 9.30am the following day.
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