Nov 11, 2013 10:28 PM by Matt Prichard
For Lori Watts, 2013 can be summed up in a single sentence.
"It's like we get a little farther ahead and then get pushed right back down to where we were," said Watts.
After her husband, Warren, passed away in June, Lorri began the recovery process by planning her daughter's wedding. But another challenge was awaiting the Watts.
"We finally got over that hump, we were excited for the wedding, and now we have no pictures. None," said Watts.
Hundreds of photos were stolen as burglars raided 'K.Rose Photography' in Pueblo this weekend, taking cameras, computers, and the Watts' memories with them. And for the bride, it's a crushing feeling.
"They don't even know what they have, and that's the worst part. They stole something, but they don't even realize how many people their hurting when they steal something," said Nicole Vanacker.
But Vanacker remains optimistic that the pictures, and the memories of her big day will be returned.
"When Joel first saw me, when we first kissed. I just keep thinking about those and hoping that we'll get them back.
The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating this case, and are asking that anyone with information contact them immediately at (719) 583-6125.