Man hopeful stolen leather case will be returned

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By Deb Hurley Brobst

A man who lives in Ken Caryl is hoping that thieves who ransacked his truck on Dec. 12 will return the personal items they took.
Arnold Davis, who lives on Park Range Road, said thieves entered his unlocked truck at his home and took his wallet and some clothes, and used his stolen credit cards. While those things can be replaced, other things that were taken can’t.
Davis hopes the thieves will have a heart and return a black leather case that had the originals of his contractor’s license and all of the business cards he’s ever used over his five decades in business.
Plus the case had school photos of his son from kindergarten through high school.
“This stuff is irreplaceable,” he said. “It’s probably impossible to get it back.”
Davis asked that someone who might have his items could send him a note at P.O. Box 270114, Littleton, CO 80127.