Late Fisherman's Friends star Trevor Grills' widow appeals to grave vandal
The widow of Fisherman's Friends star Trevor Grills has talked of her disgust at the vandal who removed her late husband's grave marker.
Taking to Facebook, Leslie Grills wrote: "I would just like people to know that around last Thursday someone has taken the Temporary Grave Marker from Trevor's grave.
"There are some sick people in this world. I'm not sure that they have thought about the hurt... the family feel.
"If you have taken the Grave Marker and the little wooden heart on ribbon please return it quickly."
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Trevor Grills, 54, was a tenor in the Port Isaac-based group Cornish sea shanty singing group, Fisherman's Friends.
He died in hospital on February 12th three days after suffering severe head injuries when he was hit by a falling metal door before a gig in Guildford.
Tour manager Paul McMullen was also killed in the incident as the door fell.
A grave marker is placed on new graves immediately after burial for up to a year until the headstone is placed.