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Woman Receives Help After Her Car Is Stolen

A Michigan woman who wrote an open letter to whoever stole her car is receiving offers from people wishing to help her get another vehicle, according to FOX 2.

Stephanie Irvine, a mother of two from Utica, had been saving money for a year to buy a 1998 Dodge Neon for $1,200. Last week, she drove her daughters in the car to Detroit for a day of visiting museums, libraries and other sites.

Irvine parked the vehicle on the street and said she “walked past (it) about 10, 15 or 20 times.” However, the last time the family returned to the car, it was no longer there.

“At first I thought, you have to be kidding me,” she said. “I know what it’s like to not have things; to want things. Like, we go without things all the time, but it doesn’t make it OK to take things.”

On Monday, Irvine asked FOX 2 to air an open letter in which she described her family’s situation and appealed to the thief to return the car. She has not heard from the criminal, but did get a phone call from Ford Road Motor Sales. The company’s representative reportedly said: “I think we can help you out.”

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