A Claremont man and his family and friends are asking for help to find his specialized van which was stolen from in front of his home on Saturday morning.
Quinn Klingerman says even though police say there was no forced entry into his home, someone was able to access the house and get the keys to the specially made blue Honda Odyssey.
Quinn has cerebral palsy, and his van is the only thing that gets him to all the activities he loves, painting (he's an artist) the gym, and swimming.
Quinn told ABC 7:
Without it I can't really go anywhere. It's handicap-friendly,"
Sheila James, Quinn's mom, says the van cost $60,000 and it was specially modified with rear entry access that made it really easy for his powered wheelchair to roll right into the van.
She says the family is trying to find another van Quinn can use, but for right now, he's using handicap accessible taxis, which is very expensive.
Check out the pics of the van above so you can keep an eye out for it. If you see it, please call Claremont police at (909) 399-5411.
For now, you can help Quinn thanks to a GoFundMe page set up by a friend. According to the page:
"The money from this GoFundMe will go to replace Quinn's van, provide temporary rental transportation for him (which is very expensive) until the new van is ready, and any remaining funds will go directly to support any other transportation needs for others who have special needs."