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OKC Family Hopes To Guilt Thieves Into Returning Sacred Stolen Items

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If that didn't shame them, Ross hopes this will, a massive sign which in part reads: Return our Jesus and Mary-- if you don't you'll have hell to pay. If that didn't shame them, Ross hopes this will, a massive sign which in part reads: Return our Jesus and Mary-- if you don't you'll have hell to pay.
The family isn't interested in pressing charges, but simply want the pictures back. The family isn't interested in pressing charges, but simply want the pictures back.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

A metro family is hoping to guilt some thieves into returning some sacred stolen property. A determined daughter has come up with an unorthodox way to get her parents property back.

The stolen property was a Fed-Ex box. Inside, were religious pictures. Elizabeth Ross is so upset with the sinners who swiped her parents' photos, that is why she is preaching to the whole neighborhood.

Ross drove by her parents home and noticed a Fed-Ex package on the porch, but when she came back to get it in 30 minutes later it was gone.

Someone nabbed the sealed boxes in a matter of minutes only to find a sacred surprise.

"To see pictures of Jesus and Sacred Heart of Mary would probably shock somebody opening a Fed-Ex box they just stole," Ross said.

If that didn't shame them, Ross hopes this will, a massive sign which in part reads: Return our Jesus and Mary-- if you don't you'll have hell to pay.

Ross says she will pray for thieves. The family isn't interested in pressing charges, but simply want the pictures back.

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