Prosthetic arm missing after vehicle theft

DELTA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Authorities in the Lansing area say they recovered a stolen vehicle but are still looking for a prosthetic arm that was inside.

The Eaton County sheriff’s department tells the Lansing State Journal that the vehicle was stolen Tuesday night in Delta Township and later recovered. The department says two suspects were arrested, but the electric prosthetic arm wasn’t found.

Lt. Mark Wriggelsworth says Wednesday morning that details about the type of vehicle involved in the theft weren’t being immediately released.

The department is seeking tips from the public in the case. The suspects are juveniles and they’re suspected of stealing another vehicle as well.


Information from: Lansing State Journal

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