Family searching for homicide victim’s chair

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WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. -- The family of a Wheat Ridge homicide victim is asking for help finding the last piece of artwork Nicole Lindsey made .

The artwork now symbolizes the woman they miss so much. Lindsey was found dead inside her home in July.

The family says it was domestic violence. Lindsey's loved ones describe her as kind and say she was an artist.

“She created a tool box, she created things out of plastics, she welded," Lindsey's friend Miranda Cruz said.

Lindsey's last project was a wooden chair. That project is now gone. The family says it's missing or stolen.

Lindsey's mom lives in Oregon and would do anything to get the chair back.

“I’m being told, unfortunately, that we’ll probably never get it back," Wendy Lindsey said.

Police say the chair was not part of any evidence and they remember seeing it before they handed the keys back to the family.

The family says when they went to clean out Lindsey's apartment, they never saw the chair.

“I thought that maybe if we get enough word out, someone might see it, or might know, and maybe get some information," Wendy Lindsey said.

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