Family loses loved one, then burglars steal Christmas presents

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By Andrew Michalscheck By Andrew Michalscheck

PHOENIX -- Over the weekend, Nicole Clark had all sorts of things stolen while she wasn't home.

Thieves even took the Christmas presents hidden in the closest for her three kids.
“We've tried to give them everything that we could to make them as happy as possible and ease through everything else that we're going through with the family and now I feel like I don't know what to do anymore,” said Clark.
Despite ruining Christmas for the kids, these thieves did even more damage to Nicole's family. They took a video camera full of memories of Nicole's brother, who died last weekend.
“The one and only video I had of him from Christmas time, it's gone, all his pictures, all my baby's pictures, I don't care about the TV, I don't care about the Xbox, they're all replaceable,” said Clark.
Police told Nicole they don't have much to go on, so she has a message for these thieves.
“I want the things that are not replaceable. Mail them, send them to the police department do anything just give them back,” said Clark.
If you'd like to help this family out, you can do so by contacting Calvary Church in the West Valley.