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A Massachusetts family was stunned when they discovered all four tires had been stolen from their wheelchair-accessible van, Boston 25 News reported. 

Heecliff Delarosa said he was was devastated Sunday morning when he learned thieves had stolen the wheels from a recently-purchased, handicap-friendly van.

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“So I go outside and the first thing I see is two red crates on one side and then I go on the other side and there’s two more red crates. no tires, no wheels,” Delarosa said.

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The Delarosa family bought the van for their 14-year-old son, Isaiah, who has cerebral palsy. They said the purchase was an expensive sacrifice and the only way to travel with their son. Now, Isaiah is stuck at home.

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“There’s no other way we can transport him anywhere,” Delarosa said.

Delarosa says the van was…

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