Looks like the woman who found the camera with pictures linked to the University of St. Thomas has finally found the owners.
As reported before, Tami Thye-Harold of Colorado found a camera in a seat on a United Airlines plane and tried for months to track down its owners.
The camera contained photos of two people, and the woman recognized, among other things, a University of St. Thomas magnet on the fridge in the background. She contacted the school, which put the story on its online bulletin.
A woman saw the story and pictures in the University’s bulletin and recognized the people in the photos as her son and future daughter-in-law.
The woman contacted her son, who then contacted Thye-Harold. They couldn’t believe she had the camera after all this time.
Thye-Harold took down their address and will be shipping the camera back to them.