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Iowa woman whose wedding dress was stolen gets donation from Urbandale bridal store Aaron Young , firstname.lastname@example.org Published 8:56 a.m. CT June 21, 2017 | Updated 12:15 p.m. CT June 21, 2017 Marissa Hurst, 23, of Des Moines never imagined that the road to her wedding day would be like this: Trying to find a generational dress that she claims was stolen from her car in the parking lot of the apartment complex where she lives. Wochit Marissa Hurst (center) poses for a photo Tuesday at Stacey’s Bridal in Des Moines. (Photo: Stacey’s Bridal/Special to the Register) Marissa Hurst’s wedding dress was stolen last week from the trunk of her car , prompting the “distraught” Des Moines bride-to-be to craft a viral Facebook post about the generational gown. An Urbandale business is helping Hurst replace the family heirloom. “We’re going to donate a dress,” Morgan Clutter, a manager at Stacey’s , told WHO-TV on Tuesday . “She gets the whole thing paid off. “We have so many dresses she’s bound to find the perfect second dress.” Follow The Des Moines Register on Facebook | Download the Des Moines Register app Hurst, 23, discovered some things were out of place June 13 when she was about to enter her car. A pair of sunglasses and a phone charger was missing, but then Hurst noticed that “the backseat was rifled through,” Hurst told the Register . Marissa Hurst, 23, of Des Moines claims that a generational wedding dress that was worn by her grandmother and mother was stolen from the trunk of her car Monday night in Des Moines.
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