UPDATE: Police Looking For Stolen Mobility Toy Used By 10-year-old With Cerebral Palsy

Toys R Us offers to replace vehicle


Barrie Police report Toys R Us has stepped up and offered to replace the electric toy car stolen Sunday night from a home on Bourbon Street. it belonged to a 10 year old girl with cerebral palsy, who used the car for transportation around her neighbourhood. The thief remains at large.


A local family is hoping someone can give them information into who stole a very important toy this week. Police tell us that they’re looking for an electric ride-on toy car, that belongs to a 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy. The miniature black Escalade has become a means of transportation for the girl, for when shes outside with friends or family.  Officers say a witness saw an adult man use a young boy to steal the toy car from outside the house on Bourbon Street Sunday night. They’re looking for a white male with a medium build about 5’8. He was seen wearing a blue t-shirt that night, accompanied by a young boy, about 4-5 years old. Anyone with info is asked to contact Barrie Police at 705-725-7025.