Marine Ben Zellman (l) has been recognized because the Marine who owned a digicam with pictures from Iraq that was present in Washington 9 years in the past. (Fox 5 DC)
A Marine is being reunited with a digicam full of images landscaper discovered on the aspect of the street in Washington 9 years in the past.
Ben Zellman was discovered Saturday, a day after Fox 5 DC aired a report in regards to the digicam.
The report generated suggestions and calls figuring out Zellman because the proprietor of the digicam, the station reported.
Zellman informed FOX 5 reporter Lauren DeMarco that his pc and digicam have been stolen from his house and he by no means thought he’d see the pictures once more, particularly in spite of everything this time.
HUNT ON TO REUNITE MARINE WITH CAMERA FULL OF PHOTOS FROM IRAQ
Matt Walker discovered Zellman’s smashed Nokia digicam whereas engaged on a landscaping job in northwest Washington. The reminiscence card containing the pictures was not broken.
“I’ve never been in the military, but by the photos, I can feel what they were going through and this is why it makes it so important to give it back to him,” Walker informed the station.
Walker stated he had no luck discovering Zellman over time.
(Marine Ben Zellman is being reunited with a digicam stuffed with pictures from Iraq that was present in 2008.)
“I’ve contacted recruiters, I’ve contacted Marine buddies trying to figure out how to get this back to him. Nothing,” Walker informed the station.
He contacted Fox 5 for badist in finding the Marine after watching the station’s protection of Veterans Day and the Marine Corps 242nd birthday.
Walker informed the station that if the Marine is discovered he’ll inform him, “Thank you for your service. Here’s your card. I kept it safe for you.”