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AustraliaThieves steal flower pot containing remains of miscarried baby

22:21  14 march  2019
22:21  14 march  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Thieves steal flower pot containing remains of miscarried baby© Nine/Supplied Vincent was buried in this pot. and placed at the front door so his rose bush could grow, they family say. A grieving family is begging for thieves to return a stolen flower pot containing the remains of a miscarried baby.

The large blue pot was taken from the front step of the Queens Road home in Slacks Creek in Queensland yesterday.

Lara Tamati, who returned to her house to find her would-be grandchild’s resting place had been stolen, said the thieves would have no idea what was underneath the small rose bush.

"They don’t know the meaning, they didn’t know what was in the pot but to us it feels like a piece of us has been taken," Ms Tamati said.

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"My greatest fear is they have taken the rose out and tipped the dirt out to use the pot."

A year ago, 11 weeks into her pregnancy, Lara’s daughter Shae miscarried for a fourth time.

Thieves steal flower pot containing remains of miscarried baby© Nine/Supplied Shae (pictured) and her husband Vincenzo lost their baby 11 weeks into the pregnancy.

The birth and death of a baby lost in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy cannot be formally registered in Queensland, however the family is given the option to have a funeral service, or take the baby home to be buried.

Shae and her partner Vincenzo couldn’t bear to leave the hospital without their child. The foetus was brought home and christened. They named him Vincent Ryan.

Thieves steal flower pot containing remains of miscarried baby© Nine Lara Tamati just wants the stolen pot, containing Vincent's remains, returned. Vincent was buried in the flower pot, which was placed at the front door so his rose bush could grow and, his family say, so he could watch the sun rise and greet people as they came home.

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"We thought that their child would be safe," Ms Tamati said.

"This was the only one that we were able to bring home and lay to rest. So to have him not at home with us for them is just devastation."

Shae is now nine weeks' pregnant, and the family fear the unwanted stress of losing Vincent again could cause her to miscarry for a fifth time.

"I need for as many people to see this and hopefully someone knows something or has seen something and can just bring it back," Ms Tamati said.

"All I want is for the person who has taken it to return it."

Man, 27, is charged after 'punching a ten-week-old boy in the head as he was strapped to his father's chest in a baby carrier'.
Police allege the man approached the father, who was a stranger to him, in a Perth car park on Sunday afternoon and attacked the 10-week-old after the adults had a brief and civil conversation. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A 27-year-old man has been charged after he allegedly punched a newborn in the head while the boy was strapped to his father's chest in a baby carrier (stock) The man is believed to have asked the father: 'Is that baby real?', Nine News reported. When the father replied 'yes', the man punched the baby, police allege.

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