Police in Merseyside are appealing for information after a child's wheelchair was stolen in a burglary.
Officers were called to the address in Thornfield Hey, Spital after reports a black Ford Galaxy Zetec, registration plate FE12 XXJ, was stolen from the drive way of the property.
A specially adapted wheelchair was in the boot of the car. Money and two computers were also stolen from the property.
"The wheelchair belongs to the 4-year-old daughter of the owners and its vitally important to her for daily life.
It has been specially adapted to this little girl and I doubt it would be of use to anyone else.
I believe it's possible that the chair has either been dumped or remains in the back of the car, so I urge anyone who has any information about either car or wheelchair to come forward."
Anyone with any information about this incident is asked to contact Detectives on 0151 777 2264 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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