Pep Boys to refund Desiree Moore, of Freeport, for stolen car

A Freeport woman may soon have a new car. Desiree Moore says she left her keys in an overnight drop box at the Pep Boys

Pep Boys has told News 12 Long Island it will refund Moore for the value of her car.

Pep Boys has told News 12 Long Island it will refund Moore for the value of her car. (5/8/13)

FREEPORT - A Freeport woman may soon have a new car.

Desiree Moore says she left her keys in an overnight drop box at the Pep Boys Hempstead location.

During the evening, someone took the keys and stole her car.

Pep Boys has told News 12 Long Island it will refund Moore for the value of her car.

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