South Yorkshire quads’ stolen buggy turns up damaged at car boot sale

Rotherham quads Caroline, Darcy, Elisha and Alexis Clark battle over three pram seats. Photo: Justin Clark
Rotherham quads Caroline, Darcy, Elisha and Alexis Clark battle over three pram seats. Photo: Justin Clark
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A set of South Yorkshire miracle quads have been reunited with their stroller after it was stolen from their family home.

But Caroline, Darcy, Elisha and Alexis Clark are still struggling to get around as some of the pram’s parts are missing.

The girls’ stroller was taken on March 30 while they were at a play centre with their dad, Justin. It turned up last weekend.

Justin, of Brinsworth, Rotherham, said: “I woke up to messages saying the buggy had been seen at a car boot sale in Maltby.”

A man was arrested and cautioned.

A fund which was set up to buy a new pram has been suspended while enquiries are made into how much the repairs will cost.

At present, the girls are getting around by sharing a double and single pram - which means one tot must always walk or be carried.

The girls made history two years ago when they became the first four children of the same sex to be born from a single embryo through IVF.