Particulars on the costume. [Image enhanced to show details]

Two and a half months in the past, Arcata resident Blake Hickman discovered the right wedding ceremony costume. On Wednesday, it was delivered by FedEx to her place in Valley West about 4:30 pm and someday earlier than 6:30 pm a person took the bundle from her porch.

Surveillance tape of the theft. [The timestamps on the video are incorrect]

“The marriage costume was customized made by a lady on Etsy,” Blake advised us. “[The dress] took her about two and a half months to make, and price round $500 after transport.”

Dress as originally posted.

Costume as initially posted.

Blake believes the person who stole her costume is a person who goes by Aleck. “When my fiancé (Jesse McKneely) and I tracked Aleck down he stated he gave/traded the costume to a woman named Megan,” Blake advised us. “A couple of of the opposite native homeless knowledgeable us that Megan had reportedly taken and offered the costume to a neighborhood store, however nobody might say which one and nobody has seen Megan since Thursday morning so we have been unable to ask her straight.”

Blake is hoping the neighborhood will help her. “If anybody sees this costume present up in any of the native outlets, Craigslist, or Fb market please contact me and let me know,” she requested. Her e-mail is [email protected]

We have got our fingers crossed that somebody on the market has seen this lovely customized costume and the neighborhood can get it again to Blake earlier than her wedding ceremony day.

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