Heartbroken bride appeals for her ring stolen outside church during wedding

Symondsbury Church

A NEWLYWED has launched a Facebook appeal after her engagement ring was stolen on her wedding day. 
Lusea Warner Gale's ring was stolen when thieves smashed the window of her maid of honour's car

on the day of her wedding to James Gale outside the 14th Century church in Symondsbury, near Bridport.
She has now made an emotional appeal for its return on social media, describing herself as a "heartbroken bride".
Two cars were thought to have been broken into sometime between 4.30pm and 6.30pm on Wednesday and the ring taken from one of them. 
Mrs Warner Gale wrote on Facebook: "This ring meant the world to me. I had designed this ring, and I loved it so very much. 
"As a result, I was a heartbroken bride and was reduced to tears on my special day.
" I'm begging the universe that if they know of its whereabouts or if they saw anything strange in Symondsbury on the 2nd, please could they let me know or the police. Thank you for reading this, lots of love lusea xxxx."

*What on earth can make anyone steal from a bride on her wedding day???