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Escambia Co family using Social Media to help catch burglary suspect
ESCAMBIA COUNTY -- An Escambia County family is turning to social media in hopes of catching whoever burglarized their home on Valentine's Day.
It happened at a home on Filly Road in Cantonment between 10 am and 2 pm last Friday.
The family is reaching out to the community via Facebook.
They created a page dedicated to cracking down on crime in Cantonment.
On Valentines Day Fran Morgan came home after running some errands and saw this back door was knocked over. It wasn't until she went upstairs that she realized burglars had ransacked her home.
I'm trying to go on and not think about it so much, but you can help to think bout, they took away a part of my life
The burglars had emptied every drawer in her bedroom.
They took a lot of jewelry, all my good jewelry, they took the safe, took all my important papers, deeds to my home,
What made it even harder-Valentine's Day was supposed to be a day of fond memories. It was her and her late husbands 57th anniversary, many of the gifts he had given her over the years were also taken.
They got everything like that, it was in the safe...
The sheriff's office dusted for fingerprints, but they still don't have many answers.
For something like this to happen its heartbreaking for them to just take it with no heart, no soul..
That's why her son Craig Morgan decided he wasn't going to sit back and take it. So he made a FB page called Cantonment Florida break-ins and he's even offering a 1000 dollar reward to find the culprits.
We are fed up, im beyond upset, im committed to not resting until these people who have done this to my family is caught, im not going to stop or rest, just what I'm going to do
He says in the past year, 3 homes on their street have been broken into. He says the reason he is doing this is because the burglars aren't just leaving with valuable items. They are also taking their peace of mind.
I want to go to church and come home, this is my home and they invaded it. I had a piece of mind, where now, I don't have that
If you do have any info about this you are asked to call Crimestoppers at 433-STOP.