Lost parcel arrives safe and sound
BUSINESSMAN Terry Neeves has thanked The Evening Star after his lost parcel turned up out of the blue.Mr Neeves, who runs a photo repair service from his home at Hitcham, contacted The Star after Royal Mail lost a parcel containing thousands of pounds worth of equipment.
BUSINESSMAN Terry Neeves has thanked The Evening Star after his lost parcel turned up out of the blue.
Mr Neeves, who runs a photo repair service from his home at Hitcham, contacted The Star after Royal Mail lost a parcel containing thousands of pounds worth of equipment.
But he was delighted when he was reunited with the package which he sent to Norfolk.
He had earlier threatened to call the police after the parcel, which contained a camera lens worth £4,000 and another four lenses worth a total of £1,000, never arrived at its destination.
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Mr Neeves said: "I want to thank everyone who helped me from The Star as I'm sure I only got this parcel thanks to the phone calls which were made on my behalf.
"It seems strange that this parcel should suddenly arrive and I didn't even have to sign for it, which I normally would have expected.
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"I am still disillusioned and disappointed, particularly as I have heard bad things about Royal Mail from friends, but have always defended them."
He now plans to switch to another company when they put postal deliveries for tender."
A spokeswoman from Consignia, which owns the Royal Mail and Parcelforce, had earlier said: "We handle 80 million items of post to 27 million addresses every day.
"Sometimes things do go missing but they usually turn up in the end. We are sorry to hear about this case."