Anna and Brendan Kimber's luggage and passports were stolen, forcing them to cancel their honeymoon. NBC 7 reporter Artie Ojeda has the story.
After a perfect wedding, Brendon and Anna Kimber were ready for a perfect honeymoon. But fate had other plans.
The Kimbers were married in a ceremony Saturday in San Diego. After a dinner with family, the couple planned to go to the airport and fly to Jamaica Sunday night.
However, when they left, they discovered someone had broken into their car. Most of their personal belongings were gone, including wallets, driver’s licenses and passports.
They said they don’t know how someone got into the car because all the doors were locked.
It’s still up in the air whether they’ll be able to take a trip. Brendon starts graduate school in a few weeks in Chicago.
"We have to go back to square one and just figure out if we have time to do that stuff because we have our life in Chicago to start,” he said.
Anna said they’re relying on faith to get through this.
"I know that the lord works all things for the good, and I know that there's a reason this happened, “ she said tearfully.
The couple is hopeful some of the missing items will be recovered. An iMac computer was also stolen, and they’ve gotten a few pings on the GPS finder.