Japanese Statue

Home burglary takes Family Heirloom.

My home, in the Santa Clara/Irvington area, was burglarized sometime between March 9th and March 15th. With the vast amount of things taken, a large truck must have been used, or more than one trip. Most things can be replaced, from tools, electronic and even my beloved Harley-Davidson, but one thing I cannot replace is this statue. This statue was given to my aunt as a birthday present, by my father, in 1929, in Brooklyn, NY. This is the only thing of my father's side of the family I own, and I am crushed. If you have seen this in any pawn shop, thrift store or garage sale, please contact Dep. Les Sieczkowski of the Lane County Sheriff's Dept. or Carguy, here at YouNews.

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Patty says ... on Thursday, Mar 17 at 4:32 PM

Your harley? Sorry for your loss! If anyone tries to even touch my harley I will shoot them. I hope you find your statue, along with your other belongings. What a crud of a person who did this.

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