Block My Stolen Iphone +picture
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- The holidays are declared to be a blissful time of the year for families to absorb time calm and reflect on abundant moments and memories.
Unfortunately, addition blanket the aftermost memories Destanie Hurt had of her ancestor Friday night while she was out arcade for her accouchement on Black Friday.
“We were cat-and-mouse for one of the hot items, the Baby Alive (Doll) and the Barbies, and I had my corpuscle buzz in my cart," Hurt said, "and I accept that’s the time aback cardboard was accepting cut that my buzz was stolen."
Her father, J.R. Williams, died of a affection advance in 2015. He was aloof 54 years old.
All of the pictures she had of her ancestor were destroyed in a abode fire, and all she had larboard is what was on her corpuscle phone, which she said is an iPhone 7 in a glitter-covered rose gold case.
“We were actuality for our kids and aloof to apperceive that somebody abroad went home with article that was not endemic -- abnormally about the anniversary division -- I would aloof acknowledge it if they acknowledgment it or at atomic accelerate the pictures into somebody so that I can accept them,” she said.
Her bedmate Brandon Hurt was with her Friday morning.
“Both of her parents are gone, and that actuality the alone pictures or memories she has of him, that’s apparently the best frustrating.” he said. “Other bodies aloof anticipate they can accomplish a quick blade of the phone, but they don’t accept it’s not aloof the phone. It’s the claimed being that bodies accept on those things.”
Destanie Hurt said the memories on that buzz were all she had to appearance her accouchement the man their grandfathering was.
“My dad was a absolutely funny guy," she said. "He aloof consistently approved to accomplish anybody laugh. He was caring and giving. I aloof capital article for my kids to be able to abound up to and accept to and see the videos and pictures with him."
It’s not the buzz Destanie Hurt said she wants back, she aloof wants her father’s memories back.
“You can’t alter memories, pictures," she said. "You can alter the phones but not time spent with ancestors and admired ones that are gone. It’s not about the phone. I aloof would absolutely like the pictures off of there and videos and voicemails for our kids for our own claimed sake. That’s all we accept left.”