HAGERSTOWN, Md. - Police in Hagerstown say they have recovered a therapeutic tricycle worth $8,000 that was stolen from a disabled 7-year-old boy.
They planned to return the custom-made vehicle to Ethan Paugh on Tuesday afternoon.
Police say the tricycle was found at a consignment shop in Dundalk about a month after it disappeared.
Ethan's grandmother says the boy was born with a condition that causes obesity and reduced muscle tone. The tricycle was designed to strengthen his leg muscles.
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