Body of woman, 25, is STOLEN in broad daylight from casket at Texas funeral home just hours after her memorial service - as $20,000 reward is put up for its return Julie Mott, 25, died from cystic fibrosis on August 8 in San Antonio Funeral service held last Saturday at Mission Park North Funeral Chapel Body was taken before she could be cremated and theft found the next day There were no signs of forced entry and no alarms were set off at home Theorized the body was taken by someone who is opposed to cremation Funeral home offering $20,000 reward for info leading to body's recovery A grieving family is seeking closure after someone stole their petite daughter's body out of her casket at a Texas funeral home before she could be cremated following her funeral service. Julie Mott died earlier this month from cystic fibrosis and the 25-year-old's body was stolen after her funeral service last Saturday at the Mission Park North Funeral Chapel in San Antonio. The funeral was held on what would have been the young woman's 26th birthday. http://i.***************/i/pix/2015/08/23/01/2B9533DD00000578-3207309-image-m-15_1440288953471.jpg Julie Mott's body was stolen after her funeral service at the Mission Park North Funeral Chapel in San Antonio http://i.***************/i/pix/2015/08/23/00/2B968CDC00000578-3207309-image-a-2_1440284585117.jpg The 25-year-old died earlier this month from cystic fibrosis and was going to be cremated after the service http://i.***************/i/pix/2015/08/23/01/2B968CF300000578-3207309-image-m-22_1440289072690.jpg Staff members at the funeral home discovered that her body was missing the following day Staff members at the funeral home discovered that her body was missing the next day and police believe that it was taken within a three-hour window between the conclusion of the service and the end of the business day at the establishment, the New York Daily News reported. The body was the clear target SAPD Sergeant Javier Salazar There were no signs of forced entry and no alarms were set off at the home. The site doesn't have surveillance cameras so it is unclear how her remains were taken. San Antonio Police Department Sgt Javier Salazar said: 'Whoever did it was pretty daring about it. 'Our No 1 priority, of course, is getting her back to her family. 'A close second is to find out who the person was who did it and bring them to justice.'