Lubbock resident Kevin Allen is completely distraught over losing a card collection that was allegedly stolen from his vehicle. He believes his collection may be worth between $6,000 and $8,000 and is asking the community for any tips leading to the discovery of his beloved cards.

Here's a public post he made on Facebook about what happened to him:

My truck was broken into and somewhere between $6,000 - $8,000 dollars worth of commander decks were stolen. I cannot remember all of the decks due to my medication but I have made a list with what I could. Some were upgraded precons.
Commanders for decks to help identify
All double sleeved with Dragonshield products.
Pirate Lab Deck Boxes
Pirate Lab carrying satchel. Black outside, blue inside.
Alela, artful provocateur - Sparkling Pink
Jarad, Golgari Lich Lord - Purple
Slimefoot, the stowaway - purple
Hapatra, Vizier of Poisons - Gold
Ghired, the conclave exile - Lime
Carth the Lion - Silver
Adrix & Nev - Turquoise
Otrimi - Pink

If you see these on the market place, or see someone selling them. Please let me know asap. Message me for my phone number. Cops have pulled several finger prints off of my truck and are looking into it. In the mean time, I need your help if possible. I have an incurable disease that will eventually kill me, magic is what I use as an outlet while in school to keep me going and put my mind in a better place. Any and all tips leading to finding these are appreciated. I am unable to work because of this disease and cannot actively get out and look for them myself. Please be on the look out.

You can see some pictures of the stolen cards below.

Stolen 'Magic: The Gathering' Cards in Lubbock, Texas

If you have any information on the cards, please contact the local authorities, and let's help this guy get his collection back. For more photos of the missing cards, check out his public Facebook post.

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