Couple donates motorized wheelchair to Ann Arbor woman targeted by thief

‘I have been blessed beyond measures,’ said Sheletha Evans

Couple donates motorized wheelchair to Ann Arbor woman targeted by thief
Couple donates motorized wheelchair to Ann Arbor woman targeted by thief

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – A couple donated a motorized wheelchair to an Ann Arbor woman after hers was stolen from the front of her home.

Jeff Boller, along with his wife who uses a similar chair, were watching Local 4 News at 11 Tuesday night when they saw Sheletha Evans’ story. The couple had an extra chair and donated it to Evans.

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“Many people have graciously helped my wife and I get through a lot of things. We couldn’t have done it without them, and there’s no way I could ever repay them. The only thing I can do is try to be a good person and pay it forward to someone else,” Boller said.

“I have been blessed beyond measures. And I’ve wanted one of these chairs -- the kind that you can fold down and take with you. Look at God. This great, this is awesome,” Evans said.

A neighbor’s surveillance camera caught the theft Tuesday morning. Video showed a man coming from behind a building with a stroller-like chair as he makes his way across the sidewalk, coming back through the parking lot. A few minutes later, the man could be seen taking off in Evans’ wheelchair


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