Marshall Fire evacuees’ vehicle, filled with keepsakes, stolen from hotel

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WESTMINSTER, Colo. (KDVR) — A family evacuated from the Marshall Fire zone suffered another blow when their vehicle, filled with their belongings, was stolen from a Westminster hotel.

The Westminster Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding the vehicle.

“The main concern is the two bins of my mothers’ photos,” a member of the family told police, according to a news release. The photo bins are described as black with yellow tops.

“They are the only things that are irreplaceable,” the family member said.

Stolen vehicle information

  • Vehicle: 2002 Red GMC Denali
  • Plates: Columbine Respect Life license plates BFCL99
  • Identifiers: On the lower left bumper is a sticker that states “Proud Parent of a U.S. Army Soldier”

A GoFundMe has been established to help the family rebuild.

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