10-Year-Old Martinez Pit Bull Victim Has Get-Well Items From Pro Wrestlers Stolen
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MARTINEZ (CBS SF) — A Martinez boy who was mauled by pit bull dogs last year has been victimized again after items donated to him from his favorite pro wrestlers were stolen – and then sold on Craigslist – according to a published report.
Claycord.com reported 10-year-old Hunter Kilbourn underwent two skin graft surgeries after he was attacked by two pit bulls while at a friend’s house last August.
He suffered bites to his arms, head and face and part of his ear was severed, the report said.
During his recovery, he received an autograph book & poster from several World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Superstars to cheer him up, according to the report.
His mother, Melody Ralls, told Claycord.com:
“I am trying to locate the person who bought them not knowing they were stolen and NOT for sale, so we can get them back. His name is inside the book as wrestlers wrote “Hunter, get well soon”, etc. It is not just a “program book” to us but a part of healing. I’m assuming the person is in the Martinez, Pleasant Hill, Concord, East Bay Area.”
Go to Claycord.com for more on the story