Scooter signed by Hunter Pence stolen from Make-A-Wish in San Francisco


SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – A scooter donated and signed by San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence was stolen Saturday night from the Make-A-Wish Foundation office in San Francisco.

Surveillance video shows the two thieves leaving with the motorized scooter and a few backpacks filled with laptops and other items.

The thieves ransacked the Make-A-Wish office on the 8th floor, including the CEO’s office.

This is the second time the scooter has been stolen. It was taken from Pence back in 2014 before he donated it.

The returned scooter was then auctioned off and autographed for $40,000.

Pence took to Twitter when he heard the news saying, “I can’t believe it! It’s scooter-gate all over again.”

Two people wearing backpacks can be seen on the stairs in the surveillance footage. One is wearing a hoodie with dark pants, shoes and sweatshirt. The other is wearing a hat, dark pants, a jacket and white shoes.

This is also the second time the Make-A-Wish foundation office has been broken into. It was the only company to be burglarized in the building on Saturday.

The San Francisco Police Department was called to the scene Sunday to investigate the burglary.

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