A heartbroken Virginia woman is on a mission to find an urn containing her deceased father’s ashes — after it was sent to the wrong address, according to a report.
June Kim, of Fairfax County, believes someone swiped a package containing her dad’s precious remains after a funeral home mistakenly shipped them to an old address of hers weeks ago, WUSA 9 reported.
“You’re just disgusted that someone could do that,” said Kim, who is circulating fliers to find the sentimental item. “You don’t even want to think about if someone just threw it away.”
After her father died from a heart attack in December at age 58, she ordered the urn to be sent to her abode from a Texas funeral home — but it never showed up, she said.
The funeral home later claimed it had been delivered and she soon learned it had been sent to the incorrect address, she said.
On a hunch, she spoke to former neighbors at her old apartment complex, who remembered seeing the package before it went missing.
“Just losing someone you love very much is very hard,” she said. “Even in death, you want to do the best you can for those you love. It’s difficult to do this for my dad when there’s a part of him unaccounted for somewhere,” she said.
Kim has since posted fliers around town offering a unspecified reward for the safe return of her dad’s remains — “no questions asked.”
Kim didn’t immediately return The Post’s call on Wednesday.