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Stolen Make-A-Wish scooter recovered
Major League Baseball

Stolen Make-A-Wish scooter recovered

Published Apr. 6, 2016 1:09 a.m. ET

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A scooter stolen from San Francisco's Make-A-Wish office that was autographed by San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence has been found and two suspects have been arrested.

Make-A-Wish Foundation spokeswoman Jen Wilson says San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee came to the city's foundation office Tuesday morning to deliver the good news.

The San Francisco Police Department says 37-year-old Judd Janke and 26-year-old Nicholas Tiller were arrested in the case. It says a third suspect is being sought.

The department says the scooter was recovered Monday after beat officers recognized the two men in a surveillance video.


A foundation donor paid $40,000 at an auction for the scooter and dinner for four with Pence last year. The scooter was being stored at the office.

The nonprofit organization last year arranged 400 wishes for San Francisco Bay Area children with life-threatening medical conditions.


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