MASTIC - An 8-foot wheelchair ramp stolen from outside the Mastic home of a disabled 5-year-old girl is being replaced by a Good Samaritan.

David Lohr saw the story on News 12 Long Island and decided to help build a new temporary ramp for the family while police search for the old one or a permanent, harder to steal ramp is constructed.

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The ramp was taken from outside the Biondo's home between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The ramp would have cost the family $500 to replace.

Suffolk police are checking to see if the stolen ramp has been sold for scrap metal.

Evelynn, 5, is blind and cannot speak as a result of being shaken violently by her father. He is currently serving time for the attack.

Anyone with information about the missing ramp is asked to call Suffolk Crime Stoppers