A Massachusetts household was surprised once they found all 4 tires had been stolen from their wheelchair-accessible van, Boston 25 Information reported.
Heecliff Delarosa stated he was was devastated Sunday morning when he discovered thieves had stolen the wheels from a lately-bought, handicap-pleasant van.
“So I’m going outdoors and the very first thing I see is 2 purple crates on one aspect after which I’m going on the opposite aspect and there’s two extra pink crates. no tires, no wheels,” Delarosa stated.
The Delarosa household purchased the van for his or her 14-yr-previous son, Isaiah, who has cerebral palsy. They stated the acquisition was an costly sacrifice and the one option to journey with their son. Now, Isaiah is caught at house.
“There’s no different method we will transport him anyplace,” Delarosa stated.
Delarosa says the van was clearly wheelchair-accessible and parked in a handicapped spot. He stated he doesn’t perceive how somebody might steal from a disabled individual.
“Like how might you be so heartless? Simply take anyone’s stuff. You don’t know what they’re going via,” Delarosa stated. “God forbid we now have an emergency and need to take him out what would we do?”
This isn’t the primary time the Delarosa’s property has been stolen.
Six years in the past, Boston 25 Information coated one other incident during which Isaiah’s wheelchair was stolen from his entrance yard.
“Typically I really feel we will’t catch a break for something, it’s like wrestle after wrestle after wrestle,” Delarosa stated.