Missing scooter chair in NJ returned to owner
PENNSAUKEN, N.J. - October 7, 2010 (WPVI) -- A woman in Pennsauken, New Jersey has her scooter chair back after it went missing on Wednesday morning.
Action News has learned that multiple people saw the story of 53-year-old Vanessa White, and came forward to say they saw the scooter in Camden.
It was recovered and returned on Thursday.
The circumstances regarding the scooter's disappearance are still unknown.
In 2005 White had to have her left leg amputated due to an infection following a medical procedure.
Since then, she's relied on a cranberry and beige Jazzy scooter chair to get around.
new jersey, pennsauken, theft, local/state
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