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SICK THIEVES ROB DYING STEFAN, 4.

Sick thieves have stolen a dying child's first school uniform.

Two years ago, docs discovered Stefan McIntyre, four, had brain tumours.

His mum Donna, 31, didn't believe he'd live long enough to start school.

But Stefan, who's now blind, has battled his illness and is due to go to school for the first time this month. So Donna, of Houldsworth Road, Anderston, Glasgow, had a lump in her throat when she kitted him out in his first uniform.

Her world was rocked when thieves broke into her house and stole the school clothes she'd scrimped to buy for Stefan and his twin sister Megan.

Yesterday, Donna said: "I won't be able to afford to replace everything. I never thought anyone could stoop so low."
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Date:Aug 4, 1997
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