MORGAN COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) - It's another blow for a family who lost their little girl to an unexpected medical condition.
Now, they need your help to get some of their memories of her back.
24-Hour News 8 first told you about Hunter Acton in 2011, when the 12-year-old passed away from Viral Myocarditis.
It was a virus with flu-like symptoms, but it caused inflammation in her heart, and quickly took her life.
Just two days ago her family's home in Monrovia was broken into, sometime before 1:45 p.m.
The family tells 24-Hour News 8 one of the items the thief took was priceless to them.
It was a laptop that had all the pictures from their daughter's funeral, her celebration of life ceremony, and many other memorials in Hunter's honor.
They say the computer is a Pink Dell-Inspiron with an Intel Core-eye-3 processor.
And they just want it, and the memories it holds, back.
Anyone who knows anything about who may have broken into their home or who has the computer is asked to contact the Morgan County Sherriff’s Department.
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