A Green Country couple is pleading for the return of their pickup truck.
Keenan and Kristi Nesvold said they are heartbroken after their late son's pickup truck was stolen Sunday morning. The only thing left in its place was broken glass.
"A truck can be replaced. That truck can't be replaced," Keenan Nesvold said. “My heart sank. I didn't know how to react whether to be mad or sad. It was devastating.”
The couple said the 2001 Dodge pickup truck was the last piece of their youngest son, Hunter, who died in an Owasso car crash in 2015.
Keenan said he started driving the truck three years later.
"The truck is not in great shape,” Keenan said. “It’s just an old 2001 beat up Dodge pickup truck. It has no value to anyone except us. It still had one of his boots in it that he wore."
"It is the last possession we have of his," Kristi said.
The couple has posted pictures of the truck on Facebook with hundreds of shares to help find it. The truck has an orange box in the back and a Wyandotte tribal tag on it.
Keenan said before the truck was stolen, they have never had a problem with crime in their neighborhood.
The parents said all they want is a sentimental piece of their son returned safely. They believe the truck was stolen between 2 a.m. and 10 a.m. Sunday morning. If you have any information, you are asked to call Tulsa Crime Stoppers at (918) 585-5209.