Reader offers passionate plea
To the Editor:
I had my purple leather purse taken out of my car Saturday, April 20.
It is a burgundy mountaineer. There were irreplaceable pictures in there that I can't replace.
You see, my son Joshua Barnett got hit on his motorcycle and he passed away Nov. 25, 2011. I had his wallet with his last ID in it. I had a 5-by-7 photo album in it.
It was blue with all his pictures in it and in my wallet, I had pictures of him when he was little.
I can't replace these things and the hurt I'm feeling is never ending.
So to whoever took my purse out of my vehicle, please just return these things that I can't replace.
I was at the Farmer's Market on United States 40, parked behind Harris Bank, from 9:15 a.m.-1:15 p.m.
I went to the Seelyville Town Hall from 1:50-3:50 p.m., and back to the Brazil Walmart from 6-6:20 p.m.
Please to whoever you are, return these things without any questions asked. I will offer a reward if these items are returned safely.
Please; it this was you and your son had gotten killed and these were what you had of him, how would you feel in your heart if someone took them from you?