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Stolen ashes of Tucson woman's father turned in to police

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The stolen remains of a Tucson woman's father have been returned to police.

The ashes of Leslie Janes Moll's father, Edward, were stolen from her home last month. But we've gotten word that there's a happy ending.

"I just wanted to let you know that there was success in getting my father's ashes returned. A woman turned them in to the police on Saturday and the tag number was confirmed by the funeral home this morning. Thanks so much for all of your help!"

The thieves took thousands in jewelry and electronics. But it wasn’t until a few days later that she realized the ashes were also missing.

“My heart just dropped,” she said. “We were non-stop going through every single box looking to see if I could find his ashes and they were gone.”

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