CORONA, Calif. >> A four-year-old girl with Down syndrome who had an highly-priced wheelchair stolen from the front of her households dwelling in Corona received a new one on Monday.
The Riverside Press-Enterprise reports a convoy of police officers delivered a new replacement wheelchair for Jocelyn Ordonez on Monday. Police vehicles rolled up to her residence with emergency lights flashing.
Police mentioned word about last weeks theft spread and they have been inundated with calls and emails with presents of assistance. The nonprofit group San Diego Down Syndrome utilised donations to buy the $2,500 replacement wheelchair for Joselyn.
Coincidentally, police received a tip on Monday and positioned the stolen wheelchair. Officer Jesse Cervantes says they dont have a suspect in the theft, but they plan to return it to Joselyn.