A wheelchair stolen from a Roseburg boy with cerebral palsy was returned Wednesday with an apology, Roseburg police said. Police asked Monday for the public’s help in finding the wheelchair, which was stolen from a carport in the 1000 block of Cedar Street. Police said the plea for help resulted in an outpouring of support from several businesses and residents who wanted to help the family. The boy’s grandmother called police Wednesday to report the wheelchair had been left at the end of the family’s driveway. A handwritten note left with the wheelchair apologized for stealing it. The grandmother told …
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