Mobility scooter stolen from Kamloops man

The stolen scooter is similar to the one pictured, but has a black canvas bag on the back.
Image Credit: Kamloops and District Crime Stoppers via Facebook

KAMLOOPS - A man with mobility issues is unable to travel around town after his mobility scooter was stolen this weekend.

The Landcruiser Scooter was taken from 354 Victoria St. between 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sunday, June 5.

The owner of the scooter has mobility issues, and the scooter provided freedom to get out and about.

The scooter is similar to the one pictured, but had a large black canvas bag attached to the back, according to a Kamloops Crime Stoppers Facebook post.

Crime Stoppers can be contacted at 1-800-222-8477 with any information about the theft or where the scooter mey be now.

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