Don’t rob us of our precious memories

Pictured from left are Logan Sheridan, six, Wincey Sheridan and Lewis Sheridan, four years old
Pictured from left are Logan Sheridan, six, Wincey Sheridan and Lewis Sheridan, four years old

A MUM is heartbroken after losing her mobile phone and with it pictures and videos of her brave son who is battling cancer.

Wincey Sheridan, 26, from Smith House Drive, Brighouse, lost her pink Samsung Tocco mobile phone in Halifax town centre on Saturday.

The mum-of-two has pleaded with anyone who found it to return it to her.

The phone contains videos and pictures which track Lewis’s three-year battle with leukaemia.

Wincey was drinking with friends in the Union Cross and Westgate pubs before the group went on to the Salvation bar, Bull Green.

She last saw her phone around 10.15pm in the Westgate pub.

“If they don’t want to return the phone that’s fine but I just want them to return the sim card.

“It’s got so many memories of me and my little boy on it.

“Please just have a heart. Think of my little boy and the memories we have gone through,” she said.

Lewis, now four, was diagnosed when he was just one year old. He has battled the disease for three years and was only released from hospital last week after fighting off pneumonia.

“He’s been through hell and back. He’s such a fighter,” said the proud mum.

If you have any information to help Wincey, please call her on 01484 717765.

ruth,mosalski@halifaxcourier.co.uk