Surrey bike stolen from special needs school

Second time school has been targeted by thieves
Posted at 8:33 PM, Oct 12, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-12 23:57:56-04

For the second time this year, the Pioneer School in Ocean Beach has been targeted by thieves. In February - the thieves made off with 15 iPads. This time, they made off with a surrey bike worth about $1,200. 

Teachers at the school use the bike to help Autistic students with their motor skills. 

"This bicycle is a huge component of our program for children with autism." said Executive Director Jim Leiner. "Please keep your eyes open for it. If you happen to see it, please call our school at 619-758-9424."

In February someone kicked in the doors and stole the iPads, which teachers use to help the kids communicate. Eight of the iPads were replaced by the generosity of a computer engineer here at 10News. 

So far there are no leads on the surrey, but the school hopes it will be returned. The surrey bike is green and fits four people. Again, if you see the bike or have any details about the theft you're asked to call the school at 619-758-9424.