A Fort Saskatchewan woman is pleading for help.  

On Feb.10, Denise Rogers’ 2006 GMC Yukon was stolen from the front of her home near 95 Avenue and 99 Street. She and her family live on a fixed income after being laid off and heavily rely on their only vehicle.  

“I look after my elderly mom, my husband’s disabled, we’re raising our grandson, and he has learning disabilities, and we have to be able to get to the school on no notice,” Rogers explained. 

On top of the vehicle now gone, Rogers’ husband had tools designed for his disability and her grandson’s Christmas gift, a sled, and a GT Racer.

They’ve gone through all the proper channels to report the stolen vehicle and have begun the insurance claims process; however, Rogers noted the Yukon is a higher mileage vehicle, and they likely won’t get enough value back to replace it. The contents of the car were not covered by insurance.

“Like, do people know who you’re stealing from when you go and do this stuff? Because this has had a devastating impact on our family,” she continued.

“Now, to find a job, I have no vehicle to even get to a job.” 

She’s hoping by spreading the word, they’ll be able to track down the stolen vehicle. The blue 2006 GMC Yukon has a handicap placard and an Alberta license plate EPA-1A1. 

Anyone with information can contact the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP at (780) 997-7900.