PHOENIX - ABC15 was able to help a young child replace a learning tablet that was stolen from him last week .
Fatmata Sangarie’s son’s Fuhu Nabi tablet was taken by two women while they were shopping at a Valley store. Surveillance video showed the women placing the tablet in their bag.
“I didn’t know what to tell him. He would ask for his tablet. I would tell him to look for it because I didn’t know if he would understand what stealing was,” Sangarie said.
The company added a few new features and e-books and they say they are happy they were able to give back.
“I appreciate it a lot because I know they didn’t have to do that,” said Sangarie.
And Jibril didn't waste any time getting his hands on the new tablet.
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