Trailer designed to help those with disabilities stolen

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LAKEWOOD, Colo. -- A group that serves disabled veterans and special needs adults is asking for help after someone stole a trailer valued at $5,000 from their facility over the weekend.

Adaptive Adventures, which was founded in 1999, was hoping to use the trailer to transport kayaks, bikes, and other outdoor recreational equipment to clients they're trying to assist.

"You're stealing from people with disabilities, a very small community," said David Schmid of Adaptive Adventures. 

The trailer was stolen from their Lakewood property sometime between Friday evening and early Saturday morning. The trailer, according to the non-profit, had been purchased Friday afternoon and still had temporary license tags.

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