D-Day veteran, 96, in hospital has mobile phone stolen by stranger who befriended him


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Bury pensioner David Teacher, 96, who lost his legs in the Battle of the Bulge, was targeted by a heartless crook as he lay in bed recovering from a fall in Royal Oldham Hospital
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