Cold-hearted thieves hit during Thanksgiving

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A $100 reward is being offered to help recover $10,000 worth of items stolen from a Locks Creek residence near Readyville.
Thieves broke into the home of Christopher and Morgan Stone on Thanksgiving Day between 11:45 a.m. and 4:15 p.m.
They were able to get away with 12 guns from a gun cabinet, paint ball guns, ammo, Chris's knife collection, all of his Buck knifes, gifts out from under the family's Christmas tree, cleaned out Morgan's jewelry box, $250 cash, medications, took their 5-year-old son's dvd collection and the dvd player and even took the boy's shoes. 
The thieves even took the bedding that was on Morgan's bed in addition to her wallet with debit cards and ID. Also stolen were some of Morgan's late brother's items which can never be replaced.
 "We didnt have any insurance to add to that," Morgan said. "My heart is broken and I literally can't stop crying. I am offering $100.00 REWARD for any property recovered that was stolen at our residence."
"Please if you have any info do the right thing and call," she urged, "at 615-691-1459 or the Cannon County Sheriffs office 615-563-4482."
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