A HEARTBROKEN gran is appealing for help in finding a lost pendant engraved with the fingerprint of her late daughter.

Elizabeth Meechan was devastated to discover that the treasured necklace in memory of her beloved daughter Liza was gone after a day running errands in Irvine last Thursday (January 31).

Elizabeth has since been frantically trying to retrace her steps on that day – from her house in the town’s Dick Crescent to the Riverway Retail Park to Calden Road.

Mum of two Liza passed away suddenly from an undiagnosed heart condition in 2012.

In her memory, her devastated mum Elizabeth got a piece of memorial jewellery engraved with the 26-year-old’s fingerprint.

Elizabeth said: “It means so much to me. It’s not just a stone, it’s Liza’s actual fingerprint that’s on it. “She had cardiomyopathy, a heart condition, but she didn’t know she had it. We were on holiday and I found her dead in the caravan. I went up to the camper van to wake them up and she was dead. It was six years ago. It’s been hard.

“I had it on when I left the house and I went to Home Bargains then I went up to McDonald’s and then I went back up to my mother’s. I definitely had it on when I left home.

“It’s a silver pendant and there’s a leaf; it kind of looks like a wee teardrop. It’s got Liza’s fingerprint on it and on the back, it’s got ‘Liza’ and two kisses. When my daughter passed my brother got it made for me. It was done through the funeral home.

“I hope if there’s anybody that does come across it, they can get it back to me. This pendant means so much.”