An Owensboro family was visiting their son in Norfolk, Virginia for his graduation from the U.S. Army School of Music when their wheelchair van was stolen. That left them stranded 3 hours from home, wondering how to get their family home. Luckily, they were able to get another vehicle to get them home, but they could use all of our help trying to find their stolen van.

Here is the Facebook post from the mother...

Our daughter is in a power wheelchair. We have a wheelchair van. We traveled 13 hours to Norfolk, Virginia last week to attend our son's graduation from U.S. ARMY SCHOOL OF MUSIC on Thursday November 5th. Sometime that night our van was stolen from the Residence Inn hotel on N Military Blvd. Our van is critical for us to safely transport our daughter. We had to buy a very old van to transport her and our family back to Owensboro, Ky but it is not set up to safely transport her. At least we are able to get her and her power wheelchair home. Asking if anyone has any information or sees our van shown below to please contact local police. 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan with Braun wheelchair conversion Kentucky plates with handicapped tag license plate number 1681.

If you have any information, please contact your local authorities. The vehicle was stolen from this location.

And, congratulations to brother Chris on your graduation! We appreciate you!

Sara Wade Abell via Facebook