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Do you recognize anyone in these wedding photos washed up on Staten Island after Superstorm Sandy?

After Superstorm Sandy, dozens of old wedding photos washed up on Staten Island. The family who found them wants to return the priceless mementos.
After Superstorm Sandy, dozens of old wedding photos washed up on Staten Island. The family who found them wants to return the priceless mementos.



These wedding photos are in amazing condition - they chronicle every special moment of a couple's magical day, but who are they?

Black and white photos washed up on Dominick and Patricia Guinta's driveway on Seafoam Street in the New Dorp section of Staten Island during Superstorm Sandy. Neighbors rescued the photos, dried them out and pressed them, thinking they belonged to the Guintas. Last week, Dominick and Patricia finally had time to look at the album, and that is when they realized that the photos weren't theirs.

The Guintas are now on a request to return the wedding album. One photo possibly suggests Brooklyn, and another photo has features of the church where the wedding took place. Now they are on a quest to return the photos.

Dominick and Patricia's home was completely destroyed when Sandy dumped 11 feet of water into their house. Dominick spent the next two years rebuilding. Last weekend the finally had time to start organizing their photos, and that's when they discovered they had a mystery on their hands.

Do you recognize anyone in the photos? Let us know!

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