Police recover stolen car, specialized car seat
UPDATE: Car and car seat found
A car and specialized car seat stolen at some point during the past 24 hours have been found.
The Spokane Police Department found the car this morning at Napa Street and Liberty Avenue and the car’s owner was able to drive the vehicle from the scene, the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office reported.
No one has been arrested in the theft.
A vehicle theft in Spokane Valley has left a family without a specialized car seat needed to transport a child who has cerebral palsy.
Spokane County sheriff’s deputies are looking for the 1998 black Chrysler Concorde, stolen from 2718 N. Bowdish Road sometime between 6:30 p.m. Monday and 8:30 a.m. today.
The vehicle has Washington license plate 572ZDS, a news release from the sheriff’s office said.
Inside the vehicle was a specialized car seat for the owner’s 9-year-old son donated to the family by the Shriners Hospital. The seat is the only way the family can transport the boy in the vehicle.
Anyone who sees this vehicle is asked to call 911.