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Grieving parents beg heartless thieves to stop stealing their son’s roadside memorial after it was stolen for the second time

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 16/05/2018 Greta Levy

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Grieving family members have begged thieves to stop stealing an 11-year-old boy's memorial as it is replaced for the third time.

The loving family of Logan Woodyatt continue to go to the scene of the accident, dig a new hole and place a blue and white cross next to the Blue Mountains highway.

This is the second time they have made this heartbreaking trip in less than a week.

a man riding a skateboard up the side of a road: Grieving family members have begged thieves to stop stealing an 11-year-old boy's memorial as it is replaced for the third time © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Grieving family members have begged thieves to stop stealing an 11-year-old boy's memorial as it is replaced for the third time

The boy, whose favourite colours are blue and white, was killed in the back seat of a Holden Commodore in 2016. 

Michelle Elizabeth Currey, an alleged ice addict was behind the wheel when she crashed in to a tree at Bilpin. 

The 45-year-old has since been jailed after she crashed her boyfriend's car, killing his son while high on the drug ice.

The roadside memorial was stolen last month and only replaced on Sunday before it was taken again.

a boy wearing a yellow shirt: Logan Woodyatt, 11, was killed in a car crash in November 2016 after the driver was high on the drug ice © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Logan Woodyatt, 11, was killed in a car crash in November 2016 after the driver was high on the drug ice

'I am upset, It is kind of a kick in the guts to Logan, to our family to his family, ' Logan's aunt, Bec Girling told Seven News. 

She said: 'Like who would take his cross? It is something to remember him'. 

The family sought council and police approval to place the blue and white cross at the scene of the accident and will continue to replace it.  

The roadside memorial was stolen last month and only replaced on Sunday before it was taken again © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The roadside memorial was stolen last month and only replaced on Sunday before it was taken again

 'It's not hurting anyone, it's not offensive it's blue and white it is for Logan,' Ms Girling said. 

Curry told police investigating the crash at the time she had seen a face in the tree trunk which distracted her. 

Curry faced 11 charges for drug and driving offences and will be eligible for parole in April 2020. 

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