Robert Case had his new wheelchair a mere three weeks before it was stolen from in front of his Walnut Street home.
It was a series of the unusual that melded together and made it necessary for Case to leave his brand new wheelchair along the curb on Wednesday, Jan. 6.
He was home alone about 2 p.m. when his girlfriend, Glenna, called to tell him the car wouldn’t start. She was at Ken’s NewMarket and needed a ride home.
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