A suspect stole an “irreplaceable” family keepsake of Sara Castiglione on Tuesday, ” she says.
(Fox 31 Denver)
A thief who broke into a Denver woman’s car Tuesday stole not only her credit cards, but also an item she says is much more valuable — the only remaining picture of herself with her deceased grandmother.
Sara Castiglione told FOX 31 Denver that the photo is “irreplaceable.”
“My grandmother was able to take care of me before they sent me to an orphanage,” Castiglione told the station. “So I have a picture of her in my wallet.
Woman begs thief to return pictures of her and grandma https://t.co/JQPDUhehDu pic.twitter.com/6qPfONXzKh
— FOX31 Denver KDVR (@KDVR) on September 7, 2018
“I shall never her,” she added. “She died.”
Castiglione was born in China and later adopted by the Americans. The stolen photo is the only connection she has the time she spent with her grandmother, she said.
“My grandmother was able to take care of me before they sent me to an orphanage. … So I have a picture of her in my wallet.”
– Sara Castiglione
So she hopes that the defendant will somehow decide to return to the photo, the report said.
Meanwhile, there is the matter of about $5,000 in the purchases that the defendant has made with the stolen credit cards, Castiglione said.
Shops provide camera images to the police and Castiglione that turned out to be a woman is described as a defendant.
Surveillance footage from the stores via Fox 31 Denver)
Shops provide camera images to the police and Castiglione that turned out to be a woman is described as a suspect to the station.
The police are investigating the theft, which is located in Denver’s Glendale section, the report said.
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