Family items have more value to us than you
This is a plea to the person or persons who entered our home in Jensen Heights during the week of August 6, 2012 and took jewelry boxes, a watch and ring boxes and a coin jar all containing wedding rings, heirlooms, watches, bracelets, coins and several items of sentimental family value.
It is the heirlooms and items of sentimental value that are extremely important to our family and of little value to you.
We ask that you do not dispose of these items just to gain a little cash.
If you have it in your heart to appreciate the pain we feel in losing this property we ask that you return these items in whatever manner you feel comfortable in doing. Something as simple as leaving them at our door, in the backyard or perhaps at the newspaper office where this appears.
We ask anyone else who may know these persons or have knowledge of this situation to please talk to the persons and try to get them to do the compassionate thing and return what doesnít belong to them.
How would you feel if someone did this to you or your family? If anyone has seen a brown wooden lattice case with a flip top and bottom sliding drawer or a smaller pinkish flip top case, these are identifiers.
Also a womanís emerald/diamond multi-stone dinner ring and a manís slim Seiko gold watch, black face with company engraving on the back are easy to identify.
Compensation for return will be considered.