A pair of thieves struck a Make-A-Wish Foundation office in San Francisco Saturday night and made off with a motorized scooter donated by San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence.
According to Patricia Wilson, the foundation's executive director, the burglars were caught on surveillance cameras as they also escaped with laptops and other items.
Pence's once stolen and returned scooter was stolen again, Wilson said, adding that a donor had paid $40,000 for the Major League Baseball player's vehicle of choice.
Pence's black scooter, which he uses to travel to and from AT&T Park, was even honored with a bobblehead doll.
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