A DISABLED woman's Christmas has already been wrecked by thieves who stole her car and Christmas presents.
Distraught Dawn Robinson, 45, had spent the day wrapping the gifts for the rest of her family at the home of her 20-year-old daughter, Sarah, in Milnsbridge.
She had put them into the boot of her Ford Fiesta to drive them to her home nearby.
But the thieves struck in the early hours of Tuesday and stole the car from outside Sarah's home in Yates Lane in the centre of Milnsbridge.
Dawn suffers from a rare muscle and bone disease, which means she can only get around with the aid of a walking frame.
The walking frame was also in the car boot.
A sobbing Dawn said: "Why did they have to steal my car, Why?
"It has a large disabled sticker in the front window so they must have known it was for a disabled person.
"That car is only worth £500 but it is, in effect, my legs. Without it I just can't get anywhere. I'm a prisoner now.
"I would just appeal to the thieves to dump it somewhere so it can be found and I'll get it back.
"I don't have any money to replace it and I'd been saving up all year to buy the Christmas presents."
The dark metallic grey Ford Fiesta's registration is L881 DVH.
Anyone who knows where it is, or has any information should contact Huddersfield police helpdesk on 01484 436659.