Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- A reward poster for the ashes of a loved one on a Columbia street, got lots of attention.
"I kept it close with me at all times. It was really special to me," Jessica Hulme said.
Hulme thought after someone broke into her house, she'd lost some household items. But her urn was stolen as well.
"I didn't actually notice it at first because they had gone through some drawers in my office and they had taken my laptop. And that was what I noticed first. And just kind of looking around, noticed that it wasn't on my nightstand anymore," she said.
Determined not to let the urn go easily, she put up flyers.
The flyer read, "Missing urn. Reward. Please call or leave on porch. It would mean as lot to me. I am willing to compensate."
"After the police report was filed, a couple days passed. I just realized I could pretty much bet on not seeing it," Hulme said. "It's probably not going to turn up, so I just figured putting it around here."
"It was just me and her. She was a hound dog so she liked to sniff everything and chew on everything. And she had swallowed one of her toys and it got lodged in her intestines. And just through complications from that she ended up passing away. She was only two," Hulme said about her deceased dog, Daisy.
Hulme adopted Daisy from the shelter when she was in college. She said she's not concerned about the identity of the person who took her belongings.
"If anybody still has it, if they could just drop it off. I don't care. I just want it back. I'm not going to try and seek them out and prosecute them," Hulme said. "I just really want it back."
Hulme has only gotten one call on the urn so far, but it didn't lead her to Daisy's ashes.