Brides Are offering A $2K-Reward For Stolen Wedding Video

The power of social media is amazing. We've seen it reunite long lost relatives, help people find jobs, and even help find justice. Well two women are hoping social media will help them find their lost wedding footage! 

The two SouthernCalifornia brides have been doing all they can to get the word out there, hoping the public can help them find their precious wedding videos. All the video footage for at least two weddings was stolen out of a videographer's car just weeks after each wedding! 

Now they're offering a $2,000 reward for the return of the files.

The irreplaceable files were stored on a MacBook and hard drive left in the car of videographer Steve Park.

 

The story is heartbreaking and can really happen to anyone! 

The videographer's car was left parked near Wilshire and Hobart boulevards in the mid-Wilshire area. Park was at a meeting in a nearby restaurant. 

Sadly, when he came out, someone had broken into his car and stole the computer and equipment containing all the files.

Park filed a police report and refunded the brides but they decided that wasn't enough.Now he and the brides, Elina Radulescu and Erica So, have printed up flyers offering a reward and are posting them in the area.They're asking anyone with information to email them at lostweddingvideo@yahoo.com.

All one can do is empathize with these newly-weds! If you see or hear anything, be sure to reach out to help not only the videographer, but also these brides.

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