Marlene Bird, who lost legs after beating, says her scooter was stolen

Marlene Bird outside Prince Albert provincial court on March 20, 2017. Dayne Winter / Global News

A Saskatchewan woman whose legs had to be amputated after she was viciously assaulted and burned says her mobility scooter has been stolen.

Marlene Bird, who lives in Timber Bay in northern Saskatchewan, said the scooter was taken along with other items from the home last month.

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Bird was homeless in Prince Albert when she was attacked in 2014.

Leslie Black has pleaded guilty to attempted murder and a judge will announce on Aug. 30 whether Black will be declared a dangerous offender.

Bird said without her scooter, she feels lonesome and less independent.

She said she filed a police report and adds officers came to her house the same day to take photos.


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