Mom Wants Disabled Son's Wagon Back, No Questions Asked

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    NBC10 Philadelphia

    Police are looking into the theft of a disabled New Jersey boy's wagon that was caught by home security cameras.
     
    Tracy Bean of Belmar says she used the large red wagon to take her 6-year-old son Alex, and his toys, for walks around town. The boy has a rare brain disorder and can't walk or talk.
     
    Video shows two young women entering the family's yard early Tuesday. One of the women tosses the wagon over the fence and the women run off.
     
    Bean tells the Asbury Park Press she's sure the women didn't know her son is disabled. She says she won't ask any questions if they'd just return the wagon.
     
    In the meantime, other people have offered to replace the wagon.

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