Nonprofit replaces stolen trike for man with Down syndrome

A man with Down syndrome whose bike was stolen will soon be getting a new one.

Jeffrey Croteau, 37, rides his a blue adult tricycle with his father every Sunday. On Friday morning, it was snatched from his father's truck outside the welding shop where he works.

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Liam Nation, which works to help families and friends facing the challenges of Down syndrome and autism, has purchased a new three-wheel trike and plans to deliver it to the Croteaus Wendnesday. The nonprofit was founded on behalf of a young boy named Liam Kynff, who has Down syndrome and autism.

For those who want to help pay for the bike, visit LiamNation.org.