“It was a Patek Philippe watch that my father had left me when he passed away 23 years ago," he said. "It was a present my mother had given him.”
Dr. Loomer was burglarized 5 years ago. They stole two safes. One of the safes contained guns and ammunition. The other safe contained jewelry, cash and personal information.
“I had to change all of my banking information for my medical practice, and credit card terminal," he said. "It was really a nightmare.”
PCSD also seized trading cards and mountain bikes, including one made by Cannondale, during the search warrant.
They also found family photos, some dating back to the turn of the century, an antique lighter, a lot of coins and an Arizona Department of Corrections badge.
Detective Goritz said there was so much stuff that it's impossible to give a dollar amount.
All the stolen items came from the home of Troy Bethell and Elaina Berlick. Both remain in the Pima County Jail.
Bethell has a $50,000 bond. He's charged with burglary, theft, being a prohibitive possessor, and operating a chop shop.
Berlick is on a $75,000 bond. She faces burglary, theft, and drug charges.
Anyone who recognizes any of the items can show up at the Pima County Sheriff's Department next Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. with their burglary case number or you can call Detective Goritz at 351-6259.