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US bingo player appeals for safe return of mother's 'lucky' ashes

Diane Bozzi says she would regularly bring the ashes to bingo games for luck before they were stolen this week.

Image: Robert Banh via Creative Commons

A WOMAN in New Hampshire in the US who brought her mother’s ashes to bingo games for good luck is hoping for their return after the urn containing them was stolen.

Police say the urn was stolen from Diane Bozzi’s van on Tuesday morning in Rochester by someone targeting unlocked cars.

Diane Bozzi says the urn was in a bag that she was planning to take to her bingo game later in the day.

She and her mother loved playing bingo together. Before her mother died in 2002, Bozzi promised her she would take some of her ashes with her to play.

Her mother agreed, saying she would bring Bozzi luck.

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