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SUN CITY WEST, AZ (CBS5) -
Imagine this - a military ring that's been in your family since World War II is stolen. That's exactly what happened to a Valley couple after their house was broken into on Memorial Day.
"Dennis" and his wife were out of town during the Memorial Day weekend when their home was broken into.
"It does shatter your confidence in other human beings that they have so little regard for anyone or anything," he said.
A neighbor called him and said something was wrong.
"The largest thing they took was a television set, not a big deal there. But my father-in-law's colonel's ring, he is deceased now, there it was on Memorial Day, and they took that ring," he said.
The ring belonged to Col. Wayne Winder. He retired as the chief of staff off Allied Forces in Berlin after WWII.
"It may not monetarily be worth a lot, but sentimentally, it has a lot of value," said Dennis.
Winder even got to meet the late Sen. Robert Kennedy.
"I had a wonderful conversation with him the day before he passed away, the next day he was gone," he remembered.
The colonel's ring became a family heirloom.
"The memories can't be taken from you, but by the same token, it'd be nice to have the remembrance, physically."
Dennis doesn't know if he'll ever get the ring back. He just wants whoever took it to know that ring should serve as a reminder of how some men and women put their lives on the line so they could walk this country freely.
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