Features Thursday, June 18, 2015 - 05:30
 In a noble gesture, an Australian man Scott Love is using the power of social media to trace and find an Indian couple who misplaced their camera in a store in Australia while on holiday. Scott, the owner of the Superdry store at Emporium Melbourne Mall was paid a visit by the Indian couple on June 9, following which they left behind an expensive camera at his store which contained photos of their entire Australian trip. Scott then went on to attach five photos from the camera with a Facebook post where he requested people to share the photos so he could track down the couple. The post has already been shared by more than 27,000 people. “As someone who has a heart and also travels often, I know that if I was in this situation, I would be devastated. Lots of memories that this family has is now lost and I really want to make it my mission to find them,” he wrote. All Scott knew was that they were on the way to the airport after leaving his shop. He is also doubtful if they returned to India or travelled somewhere else. “The more exposure this gets, the more chance i have of tracking them down. Call it my good deed for the year,” he added.     ATTENTION ALL - PLEASE SHARE/LIKE!!First of all, for this to work i need everyone to share/like this post and get your... Posted by Scott Love on Wednesday, June 17, 2015   Update: Scott has managed to track the couple within 24 hours after his Facebook post was shared more than 50,000 people. Read - In an amazing gesture, Australian tracks down Indian couple to return holiday snaps