Englewood woman hoping to find late mother's missing red sweatshirt

9NEWS at 6 p.m. 10/13/16.

ENGLEWOOD - Next needs your help...

One of our viewers in Englewood has lost something very dear to her and she hopes you may be able to help her find it.

Katy Hensley is trying to find a red sweatshirt that used to belong to her mother, Mary, who passed away in 2014 from a rare, aggressive form of cancer when Katy was seven months pregnant.

Katy tells us while she has more of her mother's things this sweater means the most to her.

"The sweatshirt means more than anything else, I can wear it and it feels like she is wrapping her arms around me," said Hensley.

She believes she lost it at on concourse C at the Denver International Airport last Friday, or on the Southwest Airlines plane she took to Phoenix.

Katy did report it missing to D.I.A., Southwest Airlines and Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, but so far none of them have had any luck finding the sweater.

She hopes sharing this story will help find her mother's sweatshirt and bring it home.

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