GARLAND COUNTY, Ark. (KTHV) – 2016 has not been the perfect yr for the Johnson household. On April 29, the Johnson’s home caught fire they usually had no selection however to transfer after the ordeal.

The Johnson’s moved from Jessieville to Hot Springs to rework an older home in accordance to Jessica Johnson.

“We steadily started replacing doors and windows and painting,” she stated.

Tragedy struck as soon as extra for the household. Their gear trailer was stolen together with all of their home fixtures that they had lately purchased.

“It had our kitchen cabinets, our kitchen sink, our bathroom sinks and faucets, our showerheads and everything in it,” Johnson stated.

In complete, every little thing stolen, together with the trailer was value round $7,000. What hassle them probably the most about this theft is the truth that their home is so secluded out within the “country.” They really feel like they have been focused.

“It kind of takes your security away,” she said. “You feel insecure knowing people are out there trying to take what you’ve worked for.”

The Johnson’s are reminiscing over what might’ve been and hoping that is the final incident they’ve to deal. They are hoping 2017 brings with it a greater future for the household.

If you could have any info on the whereabouts of the trailer please contact the Hot Springs Police Department.