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Do you recognise this lost phone?

PUBLISHED: 12:48 11 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:00 11 January 2018

A lots iphone handed into South Norfolk Police. PHOTO:Norfolk Constabulary

A lots iphone handed into South Norfolk Police. PHOTO:Norfolk Constabulary

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Police are appealing for help to reunite a lost mobile phone with its owner.

The white iphone was handed into Harleston Police Station on Tuesday, December 19 after being found at Homersfield Picnic Site.

Now, police have taken to social media in a bid to find the owner of the phone or someone who might recognise the phone’s distinctive home screen photo.

Anyone who recognises the phone should call Norfolk Constabulary on 101.

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