CORAM - in hopes that the attention would lead police to their 2002 Jeep Liberty Sport. Instead, their tale inspired Long Island residents to lend a hand. John Feal, of the FealGood Foundation, showed up to the couple's Coram home with a $1,000 check, as well as a gift card to replace the stroller and car seat that had been in their Jeep. Then, Doctor Fray called, offering to replace Martin's back brace, which had also been in the car. Finally, 112 Automotive offered to donate a brand new car to the military family. If police recover the Martin family's Jeep, Brian and Dana say they'll donate it to a charity for wounded soldiers.Jeep stolen from wounded Army veteran from Coram