ROGUE RIVER, Ore-- A family of six is now looking for answers as to why two suspected vehicles decided to steal their family's 2017 VIBE Camper.
"We have 4 little girls and they are devastated about it," said Monica Crowther, the mother of the family.
According to Crowther, she and her family were inside their home when two suspected vehicles, allegedly worked together to steal their trailer in the middle of the day in Rogue River near Palmerton Park.
Crowther says that there were sentimental items inside the trailer that belonged to her deceased father.
Camera footage has shown that the two vehicles were seen passing by the Rogue River Chevron at 12:08pm on the July 29 and then at Wimer Market at 12:54 p.m. heading toward Elderberry Flat Campground.
Crowther also stated that there was visible damage along the bottom passenger side of the truck in question and that the other vehicle appeared to be a 90's model Toyota Camry.
The family says that they're offering a $5000 reward for the recovery of their trailer and the arrest of the suspected thieves.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office is also asking that anyone with information please contact them at (541) 774-6800.