A disabled Eight-year-old boy in Forrest Metropolis, Ark., is asking the thieves who stole his customized searching gear to convey it again.
Jayce Collum, who was partially paralyzed in a 2015 automobile accident, returned dwelling from a keep within the hospital on Friday solely to be taught that his specifically made searching stand was robbed, WREG reported.
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Jayce’s grandfather, Glenn Shepherd, instructed the outlet he constructed the stand for his grandson to present Jayce the identical alternatives as different youngsters.
In line with Shepherd, the thieves “pried the door open and ransacked” the searching stand — making off with a customized stand that was bolted to the ground — and now Jayce isn’t certain he’ll have all of the gear he wants for an upcoming hunt.
“They stole the deadshot and all of the issues I had to assist me hunt,” Jayce instructed WREG.
“I would like my stuff again and the individuals who did it to show themselves in,” he later added.
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Jayce’s household has contacted the Arkansas Fish and Sport Fee, they usually say that it doesn’t matter what, Jayce isn’t going to overlook out on his hunt.
“You possibly can’t maintain him again. And we wouldn’t need him to be held again. As a result of we wish him to have the identical alternative that each different child has,” Shepherd mentioned.
Commenters on Fb, too, have supplied to assist Jayce change his gear.
“What does this youngster want? I am going to assist get it,” one person wrote in response to WREG’s Fb put up.
“How can individuals assist?” one other requested.
“Stealing isn’t OK however stealing from a child? That is low,” mentioned one other commenter.
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A consultant for the Arkansas Fish and Sport Fee confirmed to Fox Information that the division is aiding with the St. Francis County Sheriff’s Workplace in its investigation.