WABASH, Ind. (WFFT) -- Melissa Smith came out to Friends Cemetery in Wabash to check on her loved ones, and realized $300 worth of things were missing from her aunt's gravesite.
Smith said this was the total amount of things taken over the years since her aunt's passing.
Smith said she came out two weeks ago to put wind chimes on a hook for her aunt along with a little angel figurine.
On Thursday, the angel was still in place, but the wind chimes were gone.
"We don't know why it's hers in particular and the rest of them in my family have flowers, but on the Indiana Crime Page, there's been several people to speak out. They've had their family's items come up missing also," Smith said.
Smith said she's reached out to the cemetery, and said it doesn't seem like much can be done.
She said it's something that's been going on for years and doesn't want other families to keep dishing out money like she has.
Smith is asking for the same kind of treatment nearby cemeteries closer to town to get.
"I think it's more because they have more cops in town that patrol those more often than others because out here it's out in the country. You don't get that patrolling out here very often," Smith explained.
FOX 55 reached out to the Sheriff's Office. Sheriff Ryan Baker said they don't have any history of theft on their call log from any of the local cemeteries.
We have not heard back from Friends Cemetery, but has not heard back yet.