Chad Carr's parents plead for return of photos of Chad after house robbed

Hard drives with pictures and videos stolen, Tammi Carr says

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The home of Chad Carr's parents was robbed this week while the family was on vacation in Florida, according to Tammi Carr.

Here's what Tammi Carr wrote her Facebook page.

"When it rains it pours! We came home from Florida relaxed and rested. Well that lasted about 5 minutes. Our home was broken into while we were out of town and Jason's car was also stolen. Most importantly, they took a fire proof safe that contained our external hard drives with all of our pictures and videos. Yes those are of course very prized possessions, as they contain so many memories of Chad.

I don't care about the car or anything besides those hard drives!!! Pittsfield Township police are doing everything they can to help. If anyone knows anything or finds anything, please call the Pittsfield tip line at 734-822-4958. We are offering a $500 reward for the return of those hard drives!!! No questions asked, we just want those memories back!!! Please if you know anything, or you find anything, please do the right thing. Those pictures and videos are all we have left of our son. Please!!!!"

Anyone with information is asked to call Pittsfield Township police at 734-822-4958. There is a $500 reward for the return of the hard drives.