Mobility scooter stolen from Abbotsford woman suffering from multiple sclerosis

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      An Abbotsford woman suffering from a disease that has extremely limited her mobility is asking for help in locating her stolen scooter.

      On the night of November 30, a suspect entered the garage in the 33300 block of Wren Crescent in Abbotsford. According to a Abbotsford Police Department (APD) news release issued today (December 17), the home owner had accidentally left the garage open by mistake.

      The suspect stole a red Shoprider Trailblazer mobility scooter parked inside the garage.

      The scooter has stickers on the rear bumper, including one that states “Honk if you love Neil Diamond” and another of the Canucks Fin mascot.

      The owner, a 65-year-old Abbotsford resident, suffers from multiple sclerosis, which has severely impeded her ability to move around. As a result, she depends heavily upon the scooter for transportation.

      Anyone who sees this scooter or knows where Abbotsford police can pick it up is asked to call 604-859-5225.

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