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Feature   April 1, 2010   by Auto Service World

1925 Studebaker Was Used for Community Outreach

Collision repair industry professionals are asked to keep an eye out for a 1925 Studebaker which, along with its trailer, was stolen from the offices of Niagara Patient Transfer in Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ont.

Niagara Patient Transfer operates a community outreach program geared to long-term care residents in the Niagara and Hamilton regions.

The program involves taking the classic Studebaker to nursing homes and taking residents for short rides.

“It brought many, many smiles to many faces,” says Casey McNab, director of operations. “The last time we were out was in mid-November before the weather turned bad.”

McNab says the car and trailer were stolen from the organization’s offices late on the night of February 23 or early February 24.

Those with any information regarding either the car or trailer are being asked to contact McNab at (905) 650-7282, the Niagara Regional Police, or Crime Stoppers. A $4,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the return of the car and trailer.

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