Armijo said having her purse stolen was like someone breaking into her house and stealing everything. She knew every single item in her purse and in exactly what pocket each item was in.
Now, Armijo is hoping the person responsible will just drop the purse off somewhere or that someone will find it discarded somewhere near the cemetery.
The credit cards have all been canceled, but not before the alleged thief bought nearly $1,000 worth of items using her credit card at various stores including La Pico Market in Kearns, 5404 S. 4220 West; nearly $600 at three different Wal-Mart locations; and $175 at a smoke shop, Armijo said.
She said she doesn't care if the cash and credit cards are gone. She just wants to get back that items that belonged to her son and husband that she can't replace.
The purse is black, medium-sized, has two handles and five pockets, she said. Anyone with information on the stolen purse can call police at 801-840-4000.
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