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Grinch Hits High School- Thousand Dollar Reward for Adaptive PE Cycles

Another incident of the Grinch stealing from those in need hit Nevada Union High School over the weekend. Adaptive PE teacher Amy Van Voorst says that two of three specialized cycles used for physical fitness and endurance training for students with severe physical disabilities were stolen form the storage area on the high school campus.

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The cycles are an integral part of the physical fitness program.

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Each cycle is valued at $2000 dollars a piece.
A $1000 dollar reward has been established through the school’s insurance company.

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The school community has been searching the local area, but searches have been unsuccessful.

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If you have any information regarding the thefts- call 1-800- 78-CRIME (1-800-782-7463).
You may also contact Nevada Union High School directly if you can provide assistance or support.

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