Eternal Hills victims seek answers and hope to have property returned
As we reported earlier, the Sheriff’s Office is seeking public help and investigating a vandalism and theft of items that belonged to loved ones at Eternal Hills Cemetary.
The above photos were just submitted by Kyla Belcher who visited Eternal Hills Cemetery today to check the damage that was done. Kyla also told Klamath Alerts that she is willing to help organize a community “repair party” if there are enough people interested. It would be a group of volunteers to try and cleanup and possibly repair some of the damage.
Kyla also shared this video with us:
An additional victim recently contacted Klamath Alerts and said that her aunt and grandmother’s cases were broken into. Her aunt’s ashes were stolen, along with photos and a gold bracelet with the name Della engraved on it.
If anyone is interested in a work/repair party and to help out, you are welcome to contact Kyla at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone with information about this incident, please contact the Klamath County Sheriff’s Office.
By Klamath Alerts