Megan Bratten, of Independence, Mo., had just gone into the local Kmart to pick up some last-minute school supplies. She was in the store for about 15 minutes and when she came out discovered that her minivan had been stolen.
Thinking quickly, she sent a text to her estranged husband's phone which was still in the minivan, pleading with the thief to return the vehicle.
Many people had been able to see this closet full of millions of dollars worth of handbags, furs and jewelry thanks to her hosting charity events and having the closet shown on television many times, KHOU TV reported.
Like we said, it's pretty obvious that this closet would eventually become the target of a robbery.
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