They're choked that burglars made off with their jewelry, cash and electronic equipment.
They're none too chuffed that thieves ransacked their home, either.
But what's really got Gary and Gurprit Sohi upset is that the heartless crew who broke into their Cloverdale house on Jan. 4 also made off with their baby boy Manav's birth pictures.
The photos are contained inside the laptops and camera the thieves took.
Ironically, one of Manav's earliest photos for his scrapbook will now be a picture of himself and his parents in the Now newspaper accompanied by a story they hope will somehow reunite them with his precious photos.
Gary Sohi said his family had returned from Walmart to find their garage door and sliding door opened, and his wife's emptied purse.
They called 911. After the Surrey RCMP cleared the house, they found it in a state of chaos.
"The master bedroom looked like a tornado hit it," Sohi said. "We're pretty devastated."
But what hurts the most, he said, is that the photo record of the first two months of their son's life is gone.
"They got the birth photos," he sighed.
If only someone - you know who you are - would send the Sohi's their missing cards...
"I just want my pictures sent back to me," Sohi said.
Police have no suspects in the break-in. Anyone who might know where the Sohi's photos are is asked to contact the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.
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