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Topic - Robert Sullivan
The grandfather of a 6-year-old girl killed during the Aurora theater shootings wants a thief to return pictures of the child that were stolen from his home in a burglary this week.
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Mr. Sullivan said Wednesday that four cameras were stolen, including one that had a memory card with more than 40 photos of Veronica.
"They're the last photos I have of her," said Robert Sullivan, grandfather of Veronica Moser-Sullivan, the youngest person slain in the July 20 attack.