HONOLULU (KHON2) — Immediately after paying out time with family members and buddies at Waiale’e Seaside Park on Easter Sunday, Tita Brittgarrett explained they found a compact urn within a black pouch.
Brittgarrett mentioned they have been loading up the auto to leave when her daughter dropped her money. As they searched the parking ton, they stumbled upon what appeared to be a jewelry bag.
“It was nighttime, so we all had our flashlights, and we was seeking all-around the parking lot, on the lookout all-around by the seaside,” said Brittgarrett.
When she opened the black pouch, there was a little urn with wings on it that mentioned, “Your wings ended up ready, but my heart was not.” The urn was inside a obvious bag with a compact spoon. There was also a organization card by Soitis which helps make cremation urns and jewellery.
“So we wasn’t as well guaranteed if it was a minimal little one or if it was a pet’s remains,” Brittgarrett said. “We just determined to just take it with us since we variety of felt poor just leaving it there, you know, like, just strolling absent. We had been so not comfortable with out attempting, you know, like at the very least hoping to come across this.”
Her good friend Shantina finished up using the stays with her. Then Brittgarrett’s sister-in-regulation shared the image on Stolen Things Hawaii to aid come across the proprietor.
The article was shared above 100 occasions, but Brittgarrett explained they strike a lifeless conclude.
“I tried out to glance up the place that it was intended by, and they did not have like a cellular phone amount, practically nothing, and it was form of, you know, you could get it off of Amazon, you could get it at this web site,” she described. “It arrived to a lifeless stop ’cause there was like no identification amount, like almost nothing on it. So we didn’t know what to do. So we tried using achieving out to you men.”
Shantina took the stays to the Kapolei Law enforcement Station on Tuesday, April 19. It is now located at the Honolulu Police Station at 801 S. Beretania St. As of Friday, April 22, no a single has claimed the ashes.
“We’re hoping and praying that any person comes forward for the reason that it would be so sad,” Brittgarrett claimed. “I’m glad it is someplace safe and sound.”
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If it ended up her very own child’s continues to be, Brittgarrett mentioned she would want a person to do the same for her.