Thief steals prosthetic hand from veteran?s truck
Mesa, AZ (KPHO) ? A Mesa veteran is asking for help finding his prosthetic hand. Sean Williams took a chance when he went into Walmart Monday afternoon. He left his backpack in his truck despite his better judgment. ?I knew I shouldn?t have. The windows were down. It was 1 p.m. People were walking up [?]
Thief steals prosthetic hand from Mesa veteran's truck
A Mesa veteran is asking for help finding his prosthetic hand. Sean Williams took a chance when he went into Walmart Monday afternoon. He left his backpack in his truck despite his better judgment.
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