See larger Suffering from Parkinson's Disease, Miriam Siegel, 77, relied on an old beat-up golf cart to provide her some mobility around her community after she stopped driving last year. That cart was recently stolen, one of seven carts taken this year alone. 'I never thought they would take it,' says Siegel, 'it's a piece of junk.'

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Suffering from Parkinson's Disease, Miriam Siegel, 77, relied on an old beat-up golf cart to provide her some mobility around her community after she stopped driving last year. That cart was recently stolen, one of seven carts taken this year alone. "I never thought they would take it," says Siegel, "it's a piece of junk."

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