The plea continues from the widow of a Camp Lejeune Marine as she seeks the return of pictures and other keepsakes she mistakenly sold at a yard sale.
Sunday we first told you about Lindsay Whitehouse, who's husband Jason was killed in Iraq in 2006.
Whitehouse sold a suitcase with those mementos inside and then realized later they were in there. Sunday we helped get word out and posted her phone number and email as she hopes someone will have information that leads to the return of the items. Whitehouse says so far she's had no luck.
Whitehouse's daughter Haylie is also hoping to get the picture back of her daddy. "I really miss him, and it's very valuable and special, and it can't be replaced. And it's really, like, the best pictures."
If you know anything about who bought the suitcase, or happen to run across the items that were inside, Lindsay hopes you will contact her. Her contact information is 910-546-1307 or email her at email@example.com.
A Jacksonville woman is frantically trying to find the couple who bought a suitcase at her recent yard sale because the luggage contains irreplaceable items belonging to her husband, who was killed in Iraq.
The Daily News of Jackonsville reported that Lindsay Whitehouse says she sold the Ricardo brand suitcase Aug. 6 at a yard sale. The couple said they planned to resell the suitcase at an in-state flea market.
After they left, she realized the suitcase contained awards, memorial items and photographs belonging to her husband, Staff Sgt. Jason Whitehouse. The 27-year-old Whitehouse was killed in 2006 in Iraq.
The couple had said they live in Mount Olive.
Anyone with information can call Whitehouse at 910-546-1307 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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