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Destin woman pleads for return of stolen items from home
Okaloosa County - A woman in Destin is pleading with whomever burglarized her home to bring back items that cannot be replaced.
Charm Hess says someone broke into her home on Golsby's Way Monday morning.
Pictures of her son's father who is in the care of Hospice were among the irreplaceable items stolen.
Charm and her son John had been in the process of moving into the home and decided to move some items into the house early.
They brought five Rubbermaid containers into the kitchen. Those containers held around 200 items worth more than $5,000.
Including Waterford crystal, Wedgewood china, and most importantly sentimental items.
"You know all of those Mother's Day notes that you get that say I love you mom," said Charm Hess.
The hardest irreplaceable items to lose for both Charm and John. Were pictures of John's father Greg.
Greg suffered from several strokes years ago causing him to become quadriplegic. He is now in the care of Hospice.
"That's one of the things I was getting ready for is to be able to use some of those photos at his funeral. Just to show the other part of John's life.. John got to have a good part of his life with his dad before he got sick," said Charm Hess.
She says she doesn't care about the stolen monetary items. She just wants her memories back.
"Somebody just please put the personal items..the birth certificates ...put those in a plastic container, trash bag whatever and toss it anywhere on our yard," said Charm Hess.
If you have any information on this incident you're asked to call Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers at 863-TIPS.