TUCSON, Ariz. — A group of medieval reenactors are trying to get the word out about a stolen suit of armor. They hope someone spots the thief wearing it as a Halloween costume or the guilty party just returns it no questions asked.
“This armor had been in my family for 8 years,” said Cadence Flohrschutz. “It was actually a full kit from head to toe. Helmet, breastplate that was leather with green velvet and a yellow dragon on it.”
Flohrshutz has been in the group since she was 12. She says its part of who she is. All her friends call her Lupa.
“In here I’m called Lady Lupa. I've been in for a while so I’m officially a lady and Lupa is what I go by.”
The group has come together to help Lupa get the word out. They’ve shared the story all over facebook and even contacted KGUN 9 on Your Side.
“I'm thinking because it is so close to Halloween someone might try to wear it as a Halloween costume,” said Honorable Lord Curt Booth.
Booth say helping people in need is part of their code of honor.
“If someone needs help, you help, that's what you do.”
They say chivalry and integrity can be found throughout our community and they hope to find the armor soon.
“It’s pretty moving, its more than I ever expected,” said Lupa.
If you have any information the group has made a report with the Pima County Sheriff’s Office.
They say you can also reach out to them on their website.