95-Year-Old WWII Vet Robbed In Tracy City

A 95-year-old World War II veteran woke up to find his home had been broken into in Tracy City. Among the many belongings taken were his wallet, shotgun and nearly brand new car.
Hershel Curtis says it all happened while he was sleeping Saturday night in his Tracy City home. Now he says worse than being out thousands of dollars worth of items, is the fear it’s put in him.
Tire tracks in the grass show where someone drove away in his 2011 Ford Focus full of electronics, tools, weapons, and Hershel’s wallet full of checks, credit cards and personal documents, like his social security card.
Grundy County investigators did find Hershel’s hunting license on the side of the road in Coalmont.
You’re asked to call the sheriff’s office if you spot Hershel’s 2011 red Ford Focus with Tennessee tags: 3DD2080.