On 03-15-2019 David and Erin got married at the New Town Chapel in St. Charles Missouri. All of their friends and family joined to see the union of the young couple. The wedding was everything they could have hoped for and more. Following the wedding the reception was held at The Heart of St. Charles. The new couple and all 190 guests enjoyed the celebration of the two families coming together as one with a night filled with laughter, joy and dancing. The whole family is so grateful for the wedding and the opportunity to see David and Erin marry as David is a stage 4 brain cancer survivor. As the night came to an end the remaining family and friends packed up all the gifts for Erin and David to open the next day. David's mother Diana realized the card box that contained cards, gift cards and cash/checks from all of the guests was missing. The next day the whole family searched everywhere they could possibly think of for the missing card box. The guests were contacted to find out any information on the whereabouts of the box. The family also spent 3 hours searching the highway for the box as well. We finally came to the conclusion that the box was unfortunately stolen. The gift cards that were placed in the box were being tracked by the purchasers. All of the Target gift cards were used at a Target in Florissant Missouri. At that point it was confirmed that the box was stolen. What was supposed to be a joy filled week for the bride and groom turned into a devastating experience and a long search for the person that stole this box from them on their wedding night. David and Erin were going to use the money from the guests to move out of their duplex and into a house, pay off bills ect. This has been an absolutely devastating time for the both of them and painful for all of their friends and family that contributed to see them go through this type of a loss. It has been estimated that approximately $3,000 in cash/gift cards was in the box. Supporting David and Erin during this time would mean the world to them and their family. Any help would be greatly appreciated.