Stranger’s Craigslist Post Helps Woman Get Back Her Wedding Photos

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HACIENDA HEIGHTS (CBSLA.com) — If it’s for sale, you can usually find it on Craiglist.

But what this post in the Los Angeles section offered was irreplaceable memories of the day Rachel Rojas of Hacienda Heights said “I do.”

She spoke to CBS2’s Cristy Fajardo from Fort Knox, Ky., where her husband is stationed.

“I was really shocked ’cause I didn’t think I was going to ever see those pictures again,” Rojas said.

A few weeks ago, a woman found a memory card containing Rojas’ photos while running errands near Fort Knox.

Because the photos showed a couple being married under the seal of the county of Los Angeles, the woman posted a listing on the LA section of Craiglist and reached out to military families on Facebook.

“A bunch of my friends saw that the picture was of me,” Rojas said.

She plans to meet with the woman, get back her photos and “give her the biggest hug ever.”



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