After This Autistic Man Had His Stuffed Toys Stolen, Locals Rallied Round To Answer His Prayers

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Image: Facebook/Ruben Solis
Image: Facebook/Ruben Solis

From confusion to sadness, people usually experience a number of emotions following a robbery. Paul Didier can certainly attest to that, as two of his stuffed toy gorillas were taken from outside his house in April 2019. However, the local community then looked to do something about it.

Image: Skitterphoto
Image: Skitterphoto

Throughout the world, a vast number of people suffer from varying medical issues, whether that be a disease or a disability. And the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) made an eye-opening revelation back in 2014. Indeed, the CDC announced that around 1 percent of people across the planet live with autism.

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Image: Facebook/Paul Didier
Image: Facebook/Paul Didier

Didier is one of those people. A resident of Fremont, Indiana, his house can be found on the same road as the local school, meaning that plenty of traffic passes him by. And as people travel down that street during the warmer months of the year, one thing continues to stand out on the autistic man’s porch.

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