It was just before 8 a.m. Wednesday when Jerasu Hudson heard a knock at her front door.
Afraid she had overslept, she hurried downstairs, thinking her daughter, Amanda James, was there to drop off her granddaughter, 2-year-old Kaly Hudson.
She often watches Kaly during the day while James works.
But when she opened the door, there was no one there, she said.
Instead, someone had left behind Kaly's wheelchair, which was taken from Hudson's front yard at Second Street and Calvin Boulevard in Seymour last Saturday afternoon.
"Whoever had left it was gone, but they had no intentions of staying," she said. "I was so happy and excited to see it, I just started crying."
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