A family have put out a social media appeal following a Dundee memorial event for an Australian relative. Jayne Robertson organised the tribute on The Law for her uncle, Bobby Crawford, who lived in the city for years before emigrating.
She chose the site because Bobby used to visit all the time with his brother and sister. During the event on the 14th May, two strangers - who happened to be there too - took photographs as the family released red balloons.
Now Jayne and her family are keen to track them down to try and get copies of the images to send to relatives in Australia.Speaking to Dundee Live, Jayne said: "Bobby worked at the DPM before emigrating to Australian with his wife and 5 children."There’s now 14 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren too so he made quite a clan over there."Thanks for your help, I’d really like to have the pictures, they were fantastic."Jayne's original request for help on the Meh Dundee Facebook page said: "I know this is a long shot, on 14th of May, me and my family had a celebration of life for my uncle, born and lived in Dundee for many years but then moved to Australia.“We were up the Law were he often went with his brother and sister.DundeeLive brings you the latest headlines from Dundee and beyond.But did you know you all the ways you can stay informed with us?You can get our top stories sent straight to your inbox with our daily news updates.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk