STOLEN TABLET: Businesses Donate Replacement iPad

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Iowans are showing their true colors by helping a Grimes woman whose iPad was stolen.

On March 29th, Karrie Anderson left the device at a WalMart checkout.

Another woman was caught walking out with it. Anderson didn’t want to press charges but she did want the iPad back.

It was important to her because she used it to keep vital information pertaining to her fight with MS.

A local business and WalMart recently teamed up to get her a new iPad.

However, authorities are still hoping to catch the suspect so Anderson can get the information from the tablet.

If you can identify the woman you’re asked to contact Polk County Crime Stoppers at (515) 223-1400.


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