An Estill County couple says some of the items taken today during a home invasion can be replaced.
But priceless jewelry, handed down from generation to generation, isn't one of them.
Now, not only are they left empty handed, they're also broken hearted.
They have a beautiful home in the country, but that sanctuary and sense of security are now ruined.
Shirley Floyd had just returned to her Estill county home from shopping, when she found a man inside, who told her to get on the floor and not look up.
He took guns, knives, prescription pills, and jewelry, that can not be replaced.
As the robber left, Shirley's husband was coming home, and got a good look at the man's face.
They're not hurt physically, but deep inside, their whole world has been turned upside down.
Shirley Floyd says she never saw the robber's face, and says he never threatened to hurt her.