A 90-year-old woman from Harwood is looking to find the person who found her expensive hearing aid.

Audrey Juliff, from Harwood, lost her hearing aid last Friday at her local Morrisons store.

She believes she lost it in the car park, as she removed her face mask before getting into her car.

Audrey had only just purchased her new £1,700 hearing aids when she put them on to make a trip to the post office and the supermarket.

After realising her hearing aid was missing when she returned home, Audrey frantically searched her car but had no luck.

The OAP then returned to the post office, where a man swept the floor in attempt to find the all-important hearing aid. Unfortunately the device was nowhere to be seen there, which led Audrey to search her car again.

She then made her way to Morrisons’ customer service department and was delighted to find her hearing aid had been handed in.

She was saddened to find the person did not leave a name or contact details, as she wishes to thank them personally for their kind gesture.

Audrey also wants to thank staff in Morrisons and the post office for their help.

If you found a hearing aid in Morrisons in Harwood, e-mail claudia.mcinerney@newsquest.co.uk so we can update Audrey.