Police are searching for burglars who took a badly-needed iPad from the home of a 10-year old disabled boy in Etchingham
Between 7pm on Thursday 16 April and 10am on Tuesday 21 April, a house in Burgh Hill, Etchingham, was broken into, and two large tvs, an Xbox360, a pair of wireless headphones and an iPad were stolen.
The iPad is used by the family’s ten-year old son, who has a condition known as global development delay together with autism, and cannot speak. His only form of ready communication with his family is via his use of a communication tool known as Proloquo, on the iPad which is contained in a bulky black casing.
The boy’s mother Vicky Stuart said; “It is especially distressing as there are over three years of home videos and personal photo symbols built up on my son’s iPad…
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