West Odessa Family Still Searching For Their Stolen Travel Trailer 1/3/14
CBS 7 News
January 3, 2014
WEST ODESSA-It's been nearly three weeks since an Odessa family of five had their Travel Trailer stolen, with their two Chihuahuas inside, leaving them homeless.
Since the tragic incident occurred, someone has found and returned the family’s black Chihuahua dog, which was roaming down Redondo Street in West Odessa.
The family says they won't give up on searching, in fact they have posted a large sign where their trailer use to stand, asking for whoever stole their home and dog to return them.
“Every week we’re going to put a sign up here for those thieves who had the guts to come and get my home, and take my dogs,” said Erica Rivas-Barrera, the owner of the trailer.
The trailer is a white 2006 Gulf Stream Cavalier, which has a dent on the right front side.
Anyone with information on the missing trailer and white Chihuahua, is urged to contact the Barrera family at (432) 271-8935, or the Ector County Sheriffs office at 335-3050.