A NEWLYWED couple who lost a pair of wedding rings during their 'mini-moon' in York, say they have been amazed at the support they have received.

Kris and Vicky Corbley, from Oldham, were married last Friday and spent a short break in York with their children Noah, two, and eight-week-old Isabella.

While changing the children's nappies in Browns on Tuesday lunchtime, Vicky removed her rings, and only realised later that she had not picked them up again.

The couple spent their remaining time in York speaking with police, jewellers and shop staff to see if anyone had handed them in, and their story on The Press website was read, retweeted and shared thousands of times.

Sadly, the couple returned home without the rings, but still want to hear from anyone who has any information or who has been offered them for sale, and Kris said he was pleased to see so much support after their story was made public.

He said: "I'm extremely grateful for people's words of support and surprised at how widely our story has been shared across various social media platforms. We are disappointed that the rings haven't been handed in to the police but as ever remain hopeful that they will be returned to us.

"If you or a family member were in Browns on Tuesday afternoon they may have some important information that can help reunite these rings with Vicky who is still understandably very upset with the loss."

*If you have any information which could help, email newsdesk@thepress.co.uk and we will pass your details to Kris and Vicky.