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Know These Two? Help Solve Case of Mystery Wedding Crashers

Krista Lamlin is on the hunt for a couple she says crashed her wedding in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania at the Valley Forge Casino and Hotel in January.

Bride Krista Lamlin is looking for the identity of this couple, who she says crashed her January wedding. Credit: Facebook
Bride Krista Lamlin is looking for the identity of this couple, who she says crashed her January wedding. Credit: Facebook

By Kara Seymour

Montgomery County, Penn. – Are serial wedding crashers on the loose? One bride thinks that might be the case.

Krista Lamlin is on the hunt for a couple she says crashed her wedding at the Valley Forge Casino and Hotel, 6abc reported.

Lamlin told the news network that after looking over pictures of her Jan. 18 wedding, she was struck by how many photos there were of a couple she says she doesn’t know.

"Now that I've seen my pictures and my video and they're all over the place, I'm a little annoyed because that could have been time or photos that could have been spent on family and friends," the bride said.

Lamlin has gone public with her goal of identifying the couple.

"They were sitting at a table where it was just my cousins. I knew who I had sat at that table and knew they didn't belong," Lamlin told 6abc. She said the couple was on the dance floor all night and helping themselves to the open bar.

Eventually, the hotel’s wedding coordinator escorted the couple out of the event without incident, 6abc reported.

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steve forte April 27, 2014 at 08:03 AM
We all feed people we don't know every week when we get our paychecks and fed taxes are taken out.
Barbara April 27, 2014 at 08:21 AM
Really, Ana? These cheapskates don't NEED food and cocktails…they just WANTED them at someone else's expense. Times are "tuff" when you don't have food to feed your family and money to pay the mortgage.
DMAB6395 April 28, 2014 at 10:59 PM
Yes I would be upset if someone crashed my wedding or my kids wedding but really is this news? Is this something that you need to take the cops away from oh let's say chasing drug dealers, rapists, kidnappers or murders for? Ummmm, NO!!!! If you didn't physically catch them at the wedding and they left on their own then that's it. I can't see calling the cops to go after them. If they were still there, then call the cops have the arrested, case closed but to actively go looking for them is ridiculous. and I know I'll get a lot of shit for what I just said so bring it on.
Carrie Barreiro April 28, 2014 at 11:06 PM
This is old news and solved already... They tracked down the wedding crashes and received an apology. http://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/bride-tracks-wedding-crashers-receives-apology/story?id=23471474
Sam from Laurel May 17, 2014 at 04:46 PM
Carrie its not old news, its just not news.

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