Timothy Horne was born in Fairfield, raised in Vacaville and used significantly of his grownup life in Texas.
He died in January pursuing a fight with cancer and his remaining desire was to arrive residence. But although honoring that would like Tuesday, his family’s car was burglarized in Vacaville and Horne’s ashes had been amid the objects taken.
The household is devastated.
“We ended up bringing him house right here to lay him to relaxation finally. That was his 1 ask for is that we deliver him back to Vacaville. So it is heartbreaking that we cannot do that,” spelled out his sister, Kristal Horne.
Lesli Polston agreed.
“I sense like we unsuccessful the mission,” she stated.
Polston and her partner, Tim’s brother Kenny, had traveled from Texas while Kristal had come out from Washington. The aim — to carry Tim’s ashes, which were being in double-bagged plastic luggage — to Vacaville and unfold them together Hazel Avenue, where by he grew up.
All around 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, the Polstons built a pit cease at Mel’s Diner for brunch, an motion they now regret taking.
Close to 12:05 p.m. they returned to their rental and found the home windows smashed and their possessions, two backpacks, lacking.
The black nylon backpack with two white leather-based stripes contained a caramel-colored flat zipper wallet, a classic Metallica T-shirt, jean skirt and jacket, white gold wedding day ring with a round middle stone, pink phone charger and $500 cash.
The gray backpack contained Skull Sweet earbuds, a black charger, a keyring with a Honda important and solitary Lexus important, prescription and about-the-counter remedies — the latter for heartburn, and Tylenol.
“The most critical detail in my husband’s bag (gray) was the cremated continues to be of my husband’s brother,” Lesli said. “Those ashes are not heading to mean everything to anyone but us.”
Vacaville police confirmed the report, and said officers are subsequent all qualified prospects. No suspect has been recognized.
The Polstons stated they respect the officers’ initiatives, describing them as caring and comforting.
Following the theft, the couple listened to of one more in the parking lot of an Orange Drive eatery and went to see if their belongings experienced been located in the space.
“We went through Dumpsters, lifted all the lids,” Lesli reported. But, it was to no avail.
A lot more than just about anything, she hopes Tim’s ashes are returned.
“I require this closure for my husband,” she mentioned. “He’s heartbroken.”
Kenny’s a few brothers and his moms and dads are all deceased.